Frequently Asked Questions
- My 16-year old wants to get his permit first and attend the driver education course later.
Nevada Law states that the Driver Education course must be completed before the license issued. The school only recommends that the student learn the theory of driving before getting behind the wheel.
- What happens if my child misses a day of Driver Education?
The student may make up the day during the next scheduled class.
- What does my child need to bring?
The student may bring a lunch or money to purchase lunch at a nearby fast-food restaurant. The school supplies pencil, paper and folders.
- Do you have an online driver education program?
No. We believe the best method of learning is in a classroom environment.
We have an experienced instructor who is available to answer questions and provide guidance.
- Can I ride along while my child receives driving lessons?
No. Additional occupants sometime create a distraction to the student and instructor. There is also an issue of liability if there is an accident.
- Can the instructor teach my child in my family car?
No. The instructors are not covered under Worker's Compensation insurance and there are no secondary brakes and mirrors.
- How will I know how my child is performing with the driving lessons?
The instructor will meet with a parent or guardian after each lesson if possible or will complete a progress report for the student.
- Can the student wear flip-flops while taking driving lessons?
We highly recommend footwear with closed heels and toes to prevent any injuries or problems with the footwear becoming tangled with the accelerator or brake pedal.