Students have to be at least 15 years of age before the first day of class.
Quality Driving needs this number to register your student online with the DOL so you can get your permit.
You may get your permit as many as 10 days before your first day of class.
To get your permit number, do the following:
Quality Driving School Contract of Policies and Procedures can be found in our forms tab.
The agreement must be signed by the student and a parent to graduate from our driver’s education course.
Attendance Policy: If a student misses more than 3 classes, the student must restart the class.
This form must be signed by the student and a parent or legal guardian to participate in Quality Driving School classes.
If more than 3 classes are missed, the student must start over. If the first 2 classes are missed, the student must wait for another 5-7 week session to start. A student needs to do something every week. Such as drive and observation or class or drive.
Students must be getting at least 1 hour of practice driving at home each week. If your student needs help or extra drives to feel safe, we offer additional driving instruction at a rate of $30/hour. If we feel that your student needs more practice before moving to the more difficult next drive, we will send home a written notification asking for a specific number of hours of at-home practice to be completed before we will schedule their next drive.
There are 4 separate tests each student must pass with an 80% or better in order to obtain their license:
All exam scores will be provided to the Department of Licensing.
At Quality Driving, we encourage people of all ages who want to learn how to drive to do so.
Adults who would like to learn to drive safely can attend the class course, which includes:
If paying in full at the time of registration, it is $480. If you pay in installments the initial down is $150 with $350 remaining. You have 6 months to pay that remaining off.