10 hour classroom / 6 hours behind the wheel
The Oklahoma Driving School’s Driver Education program emphasizes the State of Oklahoma’s requirement of ten hours of classroom instruction and six hours of behind-the-wheel driving.
The classroom portion prepares each student for the written permit test and is given every weekend. During Fall, Winter, and Spring Breaks, and during the Summer, extra mid-week classes are held for your convenience.
The one-on-one driving may be scheduled to meet the student’s needs only after the classroom instruction has been completed. For the driving portion only, the student will be picked up at home or school if they live in the Tulsa metro area.
Finally, each student will receive defensive driving instruction and therefore, will receive a certificate ensuring an insurance discount for three years.
Designed for students who do not have anyone to practice driving with. Program includes:
10 Hours of Driver Education Classroom Hours to prepare for the Permit Test(as explained above) 10 Hours of Behind the Wheel driving instruction in hourly increments
A Preparation Drive Assessment for the Drive test
A Drive Test at Oklahoma Driving School
$750.00 Call our office at 918-622-6500 to reserve your spot in the class.
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