Prepare for Washington’s Drivers Test at 911 Driving School
Getting your driver’s license is one of the best feelings in the world. It’s one of the largest milestones in your life because it gives you a greater level of independence and freedom that wasn’t previously available.
Taking your Washington State’s driving test can be intimidating, to say the least. There are tons of laws and rules to remember on the written portion of the test and plenty of little details you need to remember during the practical portion of the test.
So, how can you prepare or help your teen prepare for the driving test? 911 Driving School is here to help. Take a look at why our Washington driver’s ed courses are the best in the state.
Courses Taught by Dedicated Instructors
At 911 Driving School, we believe that all Washington teen drivers ed courses
should be taught with accuracy and experience. Each one of our instructors is a current or retired police officer, firefighter or EMS technician.
Since we employ first responders to teach all our courses, each class is enhanced by years of practical experience. Every student will learn about the dangers they may experience on the road from someone who has experienced every single one of those dangers.
This translates to even better education during the practical portions of the driving class because the instructors can prepare new drivers for the unexpected. Whether it’s road construction, hazardous weather conditions or dangerous drivers, our instructors are well equipped to help you or your teen prepare to meet these challenges head-on.
We also offer adult Washington drivers ed courses
for adults who want to improve their driving skills or get their license for the first time.
911 Driving School has classrooms all over Washington State so you can attend drivers ed in a location
most convenient to you. Take a look at our WA locations below. You can easily register online for classes at any of these locations, so you or your child can prepare to take their test with the Washington State DOL.