We offer classroom and driving instruction for a variety of license types, our mission is getting you ready for the road. With our always updated lesson plan you will receive the best driver's education course offered. We have the safest most update fleet in our area. Our Honda Civics received a Five Star Safety rating from the NHTSA (click on link below to see report). With over 1 Million Miles driven we are the most experienced driving school in St. Charles and Metairie. We can't wait to teach you or your child how fun and rewarding driving can be.
We drive our students one on one.
We drive our students in new vehicles with 5-Star Safety Ratings. Not old out of date fleet vehicles.
We will drive you in less than a month. The OMV allows driving schools to take up to 4 months to drive students. They can be cheaper cause they make you wait.
If you are at least 14 years, 9 months you will need the 38-hour Driver's Education Class. Note students can only participate in the driving portion if they enrolled in 9th grade at a high school or instruction takes place during the summer proceeding the students 8th grade year and are 15 years old. At age 17, you will now need the 38 hour Driver's Education class, in order to obtain your driver's license. Age 18 and up can still take the 6 hour Pre-licensing Class but will now need 8 hours of Behind The Wheel Instruction.
All drivers licence applicants 18 and under are required to obtain a verification of enrollment in a highschool.
Requirements for Attending Classroom Instruction
Student must be 14 years and 9 months old.
Student must have birth certificate number.
Students will be allowed to use a copy The New Louisiana Class D and E Drivers Guide or you can be downloaded from our website. If you want your own book they can be ordered for $30.00 if we are notified at least 3 days before class is scheduled to begin.
Requirments for Participating in 8 Hour Driving Instruction
Student must be 15 years old
Must be enrolled in 9th grade at a high school or instruction takes place during the summer proceeding the students 8th grade year.