Many years ago, it was typical for kids to get drivers training through their school districts. However, this is no longer the case in many places. Even where it is available, it also is no help for older people who didn’t learn to drive at a district program. In either case, those who want to learn this essential skill are left to find drivers training programs of their own.
It’s fairly easy to find plenty of private companies offering programs for student drivers. The most obvious difference you’ll find between them is whether they aim to teach teens or adults, though many of them will cover both markets at least to some extent.
When you’re looking for a school to teach your teen, you should go for one that offers both classroom and on-the-road training.
If you’re seeking adult training, you’ll find a range of options. Private lessons are offered by schools that would have classroom training for teens. Other schools exist that focus on teaching adults as brand-new drivers.
Once you find an institution that can cover your basic needs, it’s time to look deeper. Seek one that offers simulations of unsafe behavior, such as texting and driving, so your child can see results in a safe way. Also, look for a student drivers academy that lets them use a variety of vehicle types for the road portion of training. This will make it easier for your family’s new driver to transition to safely driving your own vehicle after the classes end.
WHERE CAN YOU GET DRIVERS TRAINING?
WHERE’S CONVENIENT FOR YOU?
WE HAVE MULTIPLE LOCATIONS
5600 Harvey St,
Muskegon, MI 49444
3901 Chicago Dr SW
Grandville, MI 49418
6211 S Westnedge Ave
Portage, MI 49002