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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Are you a NC DMV certified private driving school?
    Yes we are! It's important to note that the online Driver's Education website DMVEDU.org is NOT recognized by the state of North Carolina as a valid education and should be avoided. If you have paid for a certification through this website, please visit www.ncdoj.gov/complaint to file a formal complaint.
  • When is your next Driver's Education class?
    Check out our most up-to-date list of virtual Driver's Ed classes here.
  • Do you offer a discount for registering multiple students for class?
    At this time, we do not offer any kinds of discounts for referrals or multiple family members.
  • Are Driver's Ed Classes recorded?
    No, our Driver's Education classes are performed live and are not recorded. If you need to miss a class, please contact your instructor to make arrangements.
  • Does my child need to be at the vision test for the entire hour?
    No, you and your child can arrive any time between the hour time frame for the vision test. It's a quick examination and will not take long for each student.
  • How do I sign my child up for driving after the classroom portion?
    We will reach out to you to schedule driving if your child took the classroom portion with us. You will need to attend a Vision Test before we can drive them. You can register your child for a free in person vision test through the blue "Schedule Now" button. At this time, we anticipate driving your student about 4 months after class is complete. ​ For students who have not taken the classroom portion with us, please send a scanned copy of the completed vision test form called the Restricted Instruction Permit to our email address. We will take a look at our schedule to see where we can fit you in.
  • Where does the driver meet my child for driving?
    If it's a morning drive, he will meet you at home. If it's an after school drive, he will either meet the student in the visitor's parking lot of the school or he will call/text the student using the number on their vision test paper (Restricted Instruction Permit) to arrange a location.
  • Does my child need to bring anything for driving?
    There's nothing specific the student needs to bring for driving. If they want to make a stop for a snack, bring money. With the vision test form we keep, we have everything we need to drive them.
  • When is your next Driving Improvement class?
    Check out our most up-to-date list of in person Driving Improvement classes here.
  • What do I need to bring to my Driving Improvement course?
    Please bring a cash payment for your recommended hours ($50 for 3 or 4 hour course; $85 for a 6 or 8 hour course) and your ID.
  • Where do I park?
    Since we do not have a connected parking lot, please park across the street at First National Bank.
  • Will I get a certificate after class?
    You will get a hardcopy of a certificate handed to you showing that you attended the required number of hours needed to complete your court requirements.
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