Driving Lessons for Adults
Are you an adult driver who would like to improve your driving skills or has never had the opportunity to learn to drive? No problem. 911 Driving School wants to equip each student, regardless of age, with the skills and abilities to be a safe driver and to ultimately experience the freedom and independence that comes from getting a driver’s license.
Our adult Driver’s Ed is the first step in a student’s journey in becoming a legal, licensed driver. Not only are we committed to equipping each student with the skills and knowledge to pass their state’s driving tests, but our adult driver education is also aimed at helping students become the best driver possible.
Who Should Attend Adult Driver Education?
911 Driving School has designed adult and teen driver’s education programs for new, inexperienced drivers who need initial or additional drivers training. Our Driver’s Ed courses are great for adults who are new to this country, have incurred violations or accidents that have eroded their confidence, drivers who have gotten their licenses revoked or drivers who simply want to learn how to be better drivers.
911 Driving School and its group of highly trained instructors are the perfect solutions to prepare you to drive or improve your driving skills. We provide the following adult driver education programs to both licensed drivers and those holding a driver’s permit:
- behind-the-wheel adult driving classes to improve current drivers
- training for adults who are first-time drivers
- customized programs to fit your individual needs
Why Choose 911 Driving School?
- Experienced, Qualified Instructors
- Quality, Up-to-Date Courses, and Instruction
- Variety of Adult Driver’s Ed Online Courses
- We Have the Expertise
- Learn to Be a Safe Driver
- Convenient Driver’s Ed Online Courses
Why Should I Choose 911 Driving School for an Adult Drivers Education?
The most important aspect of any adult driver’s education class is SAFETY, and the best safety feature you can add to your car is yourself: a well-trained driver.
Below are some of the reasons you should consider your adult driver’s ed online through 911 Driving School:
Experienced, Qualified Instructors
While other schools hire and train their instructors, our driving teachers are already familiar with local state driving laws. This is because they are police officers, EMTs, firefighters, and other public safety officials. You can receive your training from a law enforcement officer or an emergency first responder who knows what it takes to become a safe and skilled driver.
Quality, Up-to-Date Courses, and Instruction
In our adult driver’s ed online and in-person behind-the-wheel training, we teach students only the latest, most current state driving laws and driver’s license requirements. Adult students can feel more confident in their driving skills and successfully prepare to take their state’s driving tests when they’re armed with this critical knowledge and experience.
We Are a Franchise
We have established a franchise business model so we get to be more involved in the local community. This means we can partner with local emergency personnel and police officers to deliver an effective curriculum.
We Have the Expertise
We have a long and strong track record of successfully helping students pass their state’s driving tests. We started off in one location in Washington and have since expanded into several additional states, with more on the way. Our school’s success comes from a combination of factors, including our experienced law enforcement and emergency personnel instructors, our interactive classes, and state-of-the-art classrooms.
Learn to Be a Safe Driver
At 911 Driving School, our adult driver education courses are geared to do more than teach the rules of the road. Our instructors also emphasize the importance of driver safety behind the wheel.
Convenient Driver’s Ed Online Courses
We offer convenient online courses for new adult drivers in locations in California and Ohio. We also provide online practice tests that are valid for successfully passing driving tests in all 50 states. It is important to note that each state has its own requirements that need to be fulfilled to obtain a driver’s license.