Informative 2-hour classroom instruction for the parents of teens that includes:
- Orientation to Comprehensive Driver Ed program
- Parental responsibilities
- Basic driving techniques
- Best vehicles for new drivers
- Arkansas' rules of the road
This is available to parents of teens considering our program and would be applied towards payment of the tuition if student is enrolled in our comprehensive program within one month of attendance. This is an included requirement for parents of students enrolled in our Comprehensive Driver Education program.
Thirty-six (36) clock hours of interactive classroom instruction with the following options:
- Live In-Classroom
- Live Virtual
- Hosted Virtual
- Hosted In-Classroom
…with additional home assignments for teens 14-18 years old. The 36-hours will be divided into 4-hr classes. Block A/B is five days (20 hrs), then Block C is four days (16 hrs). Instruction will be facilitated by a passionate, well-trained instructor using current AAA textbooks, media, visuals, and appropriate guest speakers, as available. The first four hours of instruction, Block A, and possibly the last four hours of Block C will be at and/or outside our facility, regardless of which type of classroom instruction the student chooses for Block B or Block C. A parent or legal guardian will need to attend one of our 2-hour parent seminars unless a parent has already attended within 3 years of the first day of class.
Four (4) 1½-hour sessions of private driving lessons as described on the following page, for 19-year-old or older individuals with a current Arkansas permit or US State license.
This 6-hour package is best for young adults, minimum age of 19 yrs, already accustomed to the rules in this country who have an ideal means of practicing between lessons, OR international students who have moderate to ample driving experience in another country. Six hours of instruction is NOT enough for a beginning international student to learn and master all of the important skills and rules needed to become a safe driver in the United States, even with supplemental practice.
All driving lessons must be completed within three months of the first day of instruction, to avoid a contract-extension fee.
Six (6) 1½-hour sessions of private driving lessons as described on the following page, for 19-year-old or older individuals with a current Arkansas permit or US State license.
This 12-hour package is designed for adult beginning drivers, minimum age of 19 yrs, who have lived many years outside the US and/or do not have an ideal means of practicing driving between lessons. While many factors naturally effect the number of instructional hours needed to become a safe driver on the various types of roads and traffic, we have found that if new students will follow our advice to take 1 or 2 lessons per week, without gaps, and complete the training within 4 to 8 weeks, they should be ready to pass the road test and drive safely and intelligently on their own.
Student must have in their possession an Arkansas Driving permit or a U.S. state driver license. All driving lessons must be completed within three months of the first day of instruction, to avoid a contract-extension fee.