Drivers Education Class

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Drivers Education Breakdown

Drivers Education is the State mandated Driver’s Education class. For $350.00, this class is 10 hours classroom completed in 2 days and 6 hours of driving completed in 3 two-hour sessions scheduled at students convenience. While other schools stuff classes with 30-40 students, Precision Driving takes a more personal approach and limits class size to 12 students. Do you want large impersonal or a class with a small personal approach that focus on every student learning?

Steps to obtain your license

Step 1: Take Drivers Ed at Precision Driving School

 Student is eligible to drive with instructor while receiving instruction from and accompanied by a certified driver education instructor. Student is not eligible to obtain learners permit until he/she attains the age of 15 1/2.

Step 2: Get your Learners Permit

  •     Be at least 15 years and 6 months old
  •      With completion certificate, written test is waived. Only require to take vision test at Dept of public Safety OKLAHOMA

Step 3: Practice , Practice, Practice

  • You are required to do 50 hours(10hrs of which has to be night time) of practice ,from 5:00am to 10:00pm with your mentor driver, this can be a parent, guardian or friend, at least 21 years old who had their license for 2 or more years
  • 50 hours is just the minimum. Please don’t stop there! Drive as much as you can with your supervising driver.

Step 4: Test for your license

  • After driving for 6 months on learners permit. Schedule an appointment to take STATE Road test with PRECISION DRIVING SCHOOL.Must have no traffic convictions on driving record.
  • With new license (Intermediate license) you can only drive between 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.,unless for activities related to school, church, or work or any time accompanied by licensed driver at least 21 years old Passengers: 1 passenger or Only people who live in driver’s   home or Any  passenger if accompanied by licensed driver at least 21 years old.
  • Drive 6 months with your new license(Intermediate license) without traffic convictions to get unrestricted license(drive anytime and with any number of passengers)

Step 1: Learners Permit: Must be currently receiving instruction in or have completed driver education. Must have passed written driving and vision exams. Be at least 15 1/2 years old. Written exam is waived if Student completes course (10 hours classroom and 6 hours Behind-The-wheel)

Step 2:Practice, Practice, Practice

  • You are required to do 50 hours(10hrs of which has to be night time) of practice with your mentor driver, this can be parent, guardian or friend, at least 21 years old who had their license for 2 or more years.
  • Please don’t stop there! Drive as much as you can with your supervising driver.

Step 3: Test for your license

  •      After driving for 6 months on learners permit. Schedule an appointment to take STATE Road test with PRECISION DRIVING SCHOOL. Must have no traffic convictions on driving record.
  •      With new license (Intermediate license) you can only drive between 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.,unless for activities related to school, church, or work or any time accompanied by licensed driver at least 21 years old Passengers: 1 passenger or Only people who live in driver’s   home or Any  passenger if accompanied by licensed driver at least 21 years old.
  • Drive 6 months with your new license(Intermediate license) without traffic convictions to get unrestricted license(drive anytime and with any number of passengers)

Step 1: Get your Learners Permit

Take Drivers Ed at Precision Driving School( 10 hours classroom completed in 2 days and 6 hours of driving completed in 3 two-hour sessions scheduled at students convenience)  to get learner’s permit.

Step 2: Practice , Practice, Practice

  • You are required to practice for 30 days on Learner’s permit with your mentor driver, this can be a parent, guardian or friend, at least 21 years old who had their license for 2 or more years

Step 3: Test for your license

  • After driving for 30 days driving with learners permit. Schedule an appointment to take STATE Road test with PRECISION DRIVING SCHOOL.Must have no traffic convictions on driving record.

Our Curriculum Includes

Title 47 Rules of Road (Oklahoma driving laws).
Signs, signals, markings.
Alcohol, drugs, with emphasis on Methamphetamine.
Driver Attitude, and how it affects your driving.
Seat Belts save lives (and they’re required by law).
Driving in different weather conditions.
Defensive driving techniques how to share road with large trucks and semi’s.
Defensive driving techniques on how to share the road with motorcycles.
All driving is done with professional driving instructors.
Defensive Driving and the dangers of driving on city streets and rural county roads.
On student drive times, we can pick-up students that live in Moore schools district.
Norman schools, South OKC schools, Purcell schools.

Benefits to a Small Class Size

“Small classes are more engaging places for students because they’re able to have a more personal connection with teachers, simply by virtue of the fact that there are fewer kids in the classroom competing for that teacher’s attention,” says Adam Gamoran of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Students and Instructors get to know each other, which fosters better communication and understanding. Student are less intimidated to participate. At Precision Driving School, we focus on teaching attitude, and correct decision-making skills, along with driving laws. This class will improve teen driving and help prevent vehicle crashes involving teenage drivers.