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A note for nervous students: 

We do not give refunds.  You need to think really hard if you are ready for driving. 

It shouldn't be a debate - it should be very clear that you must learn to drive. 

Wanting to learn to drive is not good enough - you should feel that you need to learn to drive. 

Here are some things to keep in mind...

1.  You will make mistakes when learning to drive.  It is best to make mistakes in a drivers education vehicle with an experienced instructor.

2.  We will stay in parking lots until you are able to do neighborhoods.

3.  We will stay in neighborhoods until you are ready to do light public roads.

4.  You should have a good understanding of the driving laws.  The more driving laws you know - the less stress you will feel. 

Please review stopping, turn signals, and yielding situations (almost every left turn is yielding).

5.  For the first few drives we will focus on vehicle control.  Defensive driving topics are discussed early but aren't a requirement for learning to drive.

6.  We will discuss collisions so we discuss ways to eliminate collisions. Unless you have been in a collision, we should be able to talk about it.

7.  You are in good hands.  The instructor has 14 years experience and will not let anything happen to you.

Driving Locations

If you have very little driving experience the drives will usually start at the specific locations below and you must have a permit.  Let us know if you need to be picked up.  A transportation fee will vary based on where you need to be picked up.  If you have driving experience we will start at various locations.  

1.  The Old Idaho Transportation Department on State Street. 

2.  Boise Factor Outlets on the east side. 

3.  Chuckarama or Truckstop off of Overland Rd & Cole Rd.

4.  The New Idaho Transportation Department on Chinden (old HP building).

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