Classroom and Driver Training
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Learn to Drive provides classroom instruction of learning through exploration, scrutiny, and self-reflection. Our classes combine hands-on experience with knowledge-based teaching. Take a look at our offerings and contact Learn to Drive for more information. We are now able to accept Credit Cards as well as Checks and Cash. A Drivers Education Certificate which can be used for the Insurance Discount will be awarded after Classroom and Behind the Wheel Training is completed.
November/December 2020 Class
1:00-4:00 Renfores Grocery Store/Chantilly
February 2021 Class
2:00-5:00 Arrowhead Country Club
I The Behind the Wheel Phase can be completed after school evenings, and on weekends. I can pick up from school, or home. I can also take back home or to other activities.
Laws and Regulation
Learn To Drive is licensed by the Alabama State Department of Post-secondary Education pursuant to the Alabama Driver Training Act, Code of Alabama, Title 32-14-1-24
Most Classroom Trainings will be on three consecutive Sunday's from 1-4 with alternating months. Students will also receive their Boating License.
Hands-On Learning will be conducted with one on one Behind the Wheel Practice in my car that has the passenger brake. These are completed at your convenience after school or on weekends.
An Alabama driver with a Restricted License (16-year-old drivers, as well as 17-year-old drivers licensed less than six months) may not: Have more than one non-family passenger other than the parent, guardian, or supervising licensed driver at least 21 years of age.
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Learn to Drive Instructor Spotlight
Hello, My name is Susanne Combs, and I am a Certified Driver and Traffic Safety Instructor. I am certified by the State of Alabama Department of Education.I have been teaching students for over 15 years. My goal is to teach students the skills and the knowledge that they need to become safe and efficient drivers.
Distracted driving accounts for approximately 25% of all motor vehicle crash fatalities. At the time of fatal crashes, teens have been the largest age group that reported being distracted while driving. Driver distraction is reported to be responsible for more than 58% of teen crashes.
Bonded, Insured, and Licensed by the State of Alabama.
We’d love to hear from you! Feel free to contact us with questions or special requests. Thank you,Susanne Combs
866 Plantation Way