So you need to choose a driving school for yourself or one of your family members and you wonder – which driving school would be right for you? Although most driving schools will do their job well, each school can target its specific audience and support their specific services that may not work for you personally.
Below are the key checkpoints to think about when choosing a top driving school for you:
License Types Your Driving School Supports: Check if your school offers instruction to automobile drivers, bike drivers, commercial truck drivers and so forth. Notice that school bus drivers typically need special training.
Target audience: Check if your school offers special courses for first-timers, teen-driver, senior and disabled drivers. Teen-drivers usually require specialized training approaches that differ from training for seniors. If you are a disabled citizen, your driving training may require the car to have specialized equipment as well as trainers for students of that type.
School status in DMV: Many states provide up-to-date information about local driving schools, their ratings, customer feedback and more. For example, you can find a list of accredited driving schools in provincial DMV web sites, so that you can filter out obvious mismatches.
Pricing Your School Offers: Compare your school pricing to pricing offered by other schools with similar driving training services. Pay special attention to fine-print to avoid unexpected expenses. Make sure you understand all the fees and charges.
Requesting a male or female instructor: If your family has a strong cultural connection with the country behind you, then it may be important for you to request a male or female instructor to train your child. Make sure the driving school of your choice addresses your needs here.