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Course Information

How long are the courses?

To meet WA state requirements, driver education courses must include a minimum of:

  • 30 hours in the classroom
  • 6 hours behind-the-wheel
  • 1 hour in-car observation


Drive sessions are scheduled in addition to classroom times and are available with flexible dates and times. 

Minimum age?

Students must be at least 15 years old by the first classroom session. 

Requirements to successfully pass the course

To successfully pass the course, you must attend all class and drive  sessions, not have more than three absences, complete all homework and  readings, pass all written and drive tests with at least 80% or above  and complete supervised outside drive practice with a parent/guardian.  All requirements must be completed by two months from the scheduled end  date of the course to earn a Traffic Safety Education Certificate.

Classroom Sessions:

There is a total of 15 two-hour classroom sessions.
 

Our classroom phase covers ten modules including:

  • Uniting Driver & Vehicle
  • Knowing Where You Are
  • You Are In Control
  • Searching For LOS-POT's
  • You Control The Intersection
  • Space Management
  • The Deadly D's–Drinking, Drugs and Drowsy Driving
  • Interacting With Others
  • Practicing Your Skills
  • Managing Driver Vehicle and Environmental Risks
  • Putting It All Together

Behind-the-wheel sessions

There are a total of 6 behind-the-wheel sessions. Each session is  scheduled for two students in the car, therefore, each student will get  1-hour of behind the wheel instruction and 1-hour of observation.

How are behind-the-wheel sessions scheduled?

Throughout the course students will schedule behind-the-wheel or drive  sessions outside the normal scheduled classroom times. Weekday and  weekend drives are available. 

How do I get my instruction permit?

 1. Sign up for a driver education course and automatically 10 days  prior to the first scheduled classroom session you will be eligible to obtain your instructor permit from the DOL without having to take the  DOL knowledge test.


2. If you are not signed up for driver education and are 15 1/2 years old you must take and pass a DOL knowledge test to receive your  instruction permit.


For more information on getting a permit, visit the DOL website (Link)

Payment plans?

 Yes, we do have payment plans. Contact the office for more information and/or to set one up. 

Manual transmission?

 At this time we do not teach manual transmission. 

additional info

When is our next class?

When is our next class?

When is our next class?

Check our schedule to find the best dates for you.  Schedule changes often so be sure to keep watching!

Need only a test?

When is our next class?

When is our next class?

Ready to do your written or skills test?  Check out our schedule as we always try to have availability to meet your needs!

Gift certificates?

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Private training?

Yes, we offer them!!  What better way to show someone you care but to gift them a driver education course!  Purchase one today

Private training?

License requirements

Private training?

We offer private in-car training to work on the things you want to work  on! Do you need more practice before testing at the DOL? How about  before going on the road? Have you been on the road and feel a little  nervous and want some tips? Gain confidence and improve your driving  skill with in-car training. Student must have a Washington instruction  permit or driver license to participate. 

License requirements

License requirements

License requirements

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Resources

License requirements

License requirements

For parents or teens looking for information on driver education in  Washington State, this page is a starting point for getting in the know.  If you haven't yet picked up the WA Driver Guide or WA Parent Guide,  they have information on driving techniques and Washington state driving  laws.