Driver's Training

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ACCURATE SCHOOL OF DRIVING 805-736-1024,  Ken

 

Our Online Driver Ed Course, One of California's most effective online drivers education programs.

Our website is very easy to use, when you register for our Online Drivers Ed, you can choose your own password and username and gain access to our Online Driver Education

This course is divided into 22 chapters, with video interaction and video clips throughout. Once you finish each chapter you will have a short quiz to test your knowledge. You must get a mandatory 75% to move to the next chapter. When you pass the quiz you will be able to save your score, if you missed too many questions, you will be able to go back and read over the material and retake the quiz. The computer will grade the tests and you will know immediately if you have passed.

Upon successful completion of the driver education course, we will send the original certificate of completion to you. Your fee for the course includes the entire program and the completion certificate.

 Our Course Fee $40.00 USD

 

 

 






Welcome to Accurate School of Driving, Santa Barbara County's best source of first-class PRIVATE driver education.

Thank you for taking the time to get to know us. We are here to help you or your child get started right on the road to a California driver license. To contact us, CLICK on Red email and send an email or by phone (805) 736-1024 

RATES:

LOMPOC, California: $200.00 under 18 years old, 4 Private Lessons 1 1/2 hr each, Payments Paid 1st Lesson

$ 100.00, 2nd Lesson $ 50.00, 3rd Lesson $ 50.00, 4th Lesson paid for, NO REFUNDS

Over 18 years $220.00 for 4 Private Lessons 1 1/2 hr each or $ 50.00 per hour

 

SANTA MARIA, California: $220.00 under 18 years old, 4 Private Lessons 1 1/2 hr each,  Payments Paid 1st Lesson

$ 110.00, 2nd Lesson $ 55.00, 3rd Lesson $ 55.00, 4th Lesson paid for, NO REFUNDOver 18 years $240.00 for 4 Private Lessons 1 1/2 hr each or $ 60.00 per hour

 

 

SANTA YNEZ, California:  $220.00 under 18 years old, 4 Private Lessons 1 1/2 hr each,  Payments Paid 1st Lesson

$ 110.00, 2nd Lesson $ 55.00, 3rd Lesson $ 55.00, 4th Lesson paid for, NO REFUNDSOver 18 years $240.00 for 4 Private Lessons 1 1/2 hr each or $ 60.00 per hour

 

 

SANTA BARBARA, California: $ 300.00 under 18 years old, 4 Private Lessons 1 1/2 hr each,  Payments Paid 1st Lesson

$ 150.00, 2nd Lesson $ 75.00, 3rd Lesson $ 75.00, 4th Lesson paid for, NO REFUNDS

 

Over 18 years $340.00 for 4 Private Lessons 1 1/2 hr each or $ 75.00 per hour

 

 

 

A locally owned and operated business. Serving Lompoc, Santa Barbara, Santa Ynez, Buellton, Santa Maria. Our goal is to bring you top quality DMV licensed driver preparation WE DO NOT SHARE TIME WITH OTHER STUDENTS, PRIVATE ONLY STUDENT AND INSTRUCTOR, NO PIGGY BACKING (PICKING UP ANOTHER STUDENT WHILE WITH YOUR CHILD) with friendly and knowledgeble instructors, reasonable rates, convenient schedules, and "dual brake" vehicles.

NO MORE THEN 2 HOURS OF INSTRUCTION IN ANY 24 HOUR PERIOD AND THAT IS 6 HOURS ACTUALLY IN THE DRIVER'S SEAT OF A VEHICLE, DRIVING NOT RIDING IN THE BACK SEAT WATCHING THE OTHER STUDENT DRIVE.

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-- Ken  Bailey

 

 Getting Started

The basics are somewhat more complex then they used to be, and there are different requirements depending on the student's age. (Scroll down the page to see details for minors.) You can also contact us (805) 736-1024, and we will help you get started.

Essentially, the first step in obtaining a driver license is to go to DMV to take a permit test. The student must submit several pieces of documentation and pass a written test.

REMINDER: After a teen receives a permit he or she must have ONE BEHIND THE WHEEL DRIVER'S TRAINING LESSON before driving with anyone. After the first lesson, the instructor endorses the permit to allow the student to drive with another California licensed driver over the age of 25.

The permit must be held for six months and reach the age of 16 before obtaining a license, during which time the student must accumulate a total of six hours with an instructor and fifty hours with another driver. We usually plan for four lessons for most students. The initial lesson, then another one after a few weeks, and one a few weeks later, and one just before taking the driver test. Our schedules are flexible and we will tailor them to meet your needs.

See the DMV Web site for complete instructions. To learn more about how driving schools are administered, the DMV Driving School FAQ has details.

To see our DMV Driving School License Status, search this page with our school license number, 4041.

Licensing Procedures for minors

Obtaining a driver license in California involves several steps. There are different sets of rules for minors and adults. For rules pertaining to adults please consult the California Driver Handbook or www.dmv.ca.gov.

Provisional permit and license information to obtain a provisional permit:

You must:

  • Be at least 15 1/2 years, but less than 18 years of age.
  • Fill out the DMV application form (DL44).
  • Obtain your parent or guardian's signatures on the application form.
  • Present an acceptable birth date/legal presence document.
  • Present certificate of completion of classroom driver education (DL 387 or OL 237) or online course 
  • Provide your social security number (Check Social Security card to make sure your name matches your birth date/legal presence document).
  • Pay the application fee.
  • Give a thumbprint.
  • Have your photo taken.
  • Pass an eye exam.
  • Pass a traffic laws and road sign test. If you fail you must wait one week before taking it agin and pay a small fee.

Provisional License

  • Be at least 16 years old.
  • Must have had your provisional permit for at least six months.
  • Prove that you have completed a minimum of six hours of driver training with a licensed instructor (by presenting a DMV FORM DL388 or OL 238).
  • Provide a parent?s or guardian's or licensed driving instructor?s signature on your Instruction Permit stating that you have completed all the driving practice outlined in the Parent Teen Training Aide.
  • Must have completed a minimum of 50 hours of driving with parents with at least 10 hours at night (Parent Teen Training Aide).
  • Schedule an appointment with the DMV 1-800-777-0133 or walk into DMV Office and set up an appointment for a behind the wheel driving test.
  • Must have proof of registration and insurance for vehicle used during the driving examination.
  • Must pass behind-the-wheel examination. If you fail, you must wait 2 weeks before you can take the driving test again and pay a small retake test fee.
  • Once licensed may not drive with any passengers under 20 for the first 12 months and between the hours of midnight and five AM.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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