Adult Driver’s ed 6 hour class $100 (ages 18+)

**THIS CLASS IS FOR THE 6 HOUR CLASS WHERE YOU TAKE THE WRITTEN TEST TO OBTAIN YOUR DRIVING PERMIT!** If you or anyone you know is over the age of 18 you can take our ONE DAY/6 HOUR ADULT CLASS to obtain your license. (WE DO HAVE A SPANISH TRANSLATOR AND OFFER THE TEST IN SPANISH!!) … Continue reading Adult Driver’s ed 6 hour class $100 (ages 18+)


Defensive Driving Classes (Every Saturday)

Have you recently gotten a traffic ticket? Have you gone online or to court and requested to take defensive driving? WE CAN HELP! We offer defensive driving classes EVERY SATURDAY AT 8:00AM! Only $40 (cash only). We have been in business for over 20 years and have the best driving instructors in Houston. **PLEASE BRING … Continue reading Defensive Driving Classes (Every Saturday)

Driving in Hazardous Weather

Hurricane Harvey has hit Houston HARD. You may have seen on the news or heard from a neighbor about the many people who have drowned trying to drive in flooded waters. PLEASE BE CAREFUL AND TAKE PRECAUTION. Below are some safety tips to consider before driving in these dangerous conditions. Flood Types Know the types … Continue reading Driving in Hazardous Weather

Back to School: Safe Driving Tips for Teens

School is just a few weeks away for a lot of teens. Here are some tips for parents and teens to remember about driving safety when going back to school! For many teenagers, going back to school means increased time behind the wheel. More than 80 percent of teen drivers have stated that driving to … Continue reading Back to School: Safe Driving Tips for Teens

Distractions While Driving

When there are multiple passengers, the crash risk is three to five times greater than when driving alone. Parents talk to your teens about the various types of distractions while driving (like their cell phones!). Be safe. Drive Safe. Key Facts and Statistics In 2014, 3,179 people were killed, and 431,000 were injured in motor … Continue reading Distractions While Driving

New federal drivers license requirements might bring back long lines at Texas DPS

U.S. Rep. John Carter, R-Temple, is chairman of a House Appropriations Committee subcommittee in charge of Department of Homeland Security funding. Lauren Victoria Burke AP Over the last few years, the Texas Department of Public Safety has tried to reduce wait times for driver licensing by opening “mega centers” around the state. In some places, … Continue reading New federal drivers license requirements might bring back long lines at Texas DPS