Address: 3587 W 4700 S, Taylorsville, UT 84129 | Tel: 801 502 7985 | Morning Class: Monday to Saturday 10:00 am to 12 noon: Night Class: Mon, Tue, Thur, & Friday 6:00 to 8:00 pm
|Can I start driver's ed at 15?||Yes, you can complete your driver's ed at 15, but have to wait till you are 16 to get your license. The driver's ed certificate of completion does not expire, and the road test result is good for a year.|
How does your program work?
|If you are 15, 16, 17, 18 years old in Utah, you are required to take driver education course in order to get your license. This you can do through a driving school like ours or through your high school.|
|How long do I have to hold my learner's permit before I get my license?||If you are 15, 16, 17 years old, you are required to hold your learner's permit for 6 months before you can be licensed.|
|I am 18 years old do I need a learner's permit?||Yes, either you are 15 or 99 years old, you must obtain a Utah learner's permit as a first step to getting your license.|
|I am 18 years old, how long do I have to hold my learner's permit?||18 years old are not required to hold their learner's permit for six months. You can get your license as soon as you complete driver's education course.|
|I am 18 and already have my learner's permit, do I still need to take the 18 hours classroom driver education course?||Yes, learner's permit does not exempt you from taking the 18 hours classroom course.|
|Can I take a road test with you guys?||No, we are not allowed to give the final road test to anyone that took the state required driver education course with our driving school.|
|How much do you charge for your driving school?||Our cost is $250.00 either you take the course in classroom, online or through our home study package.|
|What does the $250 covers||The $250 covers 18 hours of classroom instruction which can be completed through our Homestudy packet, 6 hours-behind-the-wheel and 6 hours of observations.|
|How many tests do I have to take before I get my license?||
Good question. You will take a total of 3 tests. Namely, 50 questions exam after you finish your workbook, that test is administered in our school office, you must get 80% in order to pass.
The second test is for the Driver License Division, it is called Utah Highway Safety and Trends exam. It is open book, and online, you must get a 100% on the 4 modules. Click here to take the rest: Copy and paste this link to a url - https://secure.utah.gov/dlexams
The final test you must take is a Road Test. You can take this with the Driver License Division by making an appointment by calling their customer service @Tel: 801.965.4437, or click here to setup your appointment - Copy and paste this link to a url https://secure.utah.gov/dlscheduler/scheduler/index.uii?null. Mind you, sometimes it takes weeks even months to get in, for that reason many prefers to go through a third party tester. I refer all my students to Drive Right, 7069 S Highland Drive (2000 E) Tel: 801 943 2200. The cost there is $40 and it is a walk-in, Monday through Friday, 10 am to 6 pm. On Saturday is by appointment only.
Here is the link to other Third Party Testers
Copy and paste this link to a url https://dld.utah.gov/licensingid-cards/driver-education
|Will I get a full 6 hours behind-the-wheel?||With all intents and purposes, we are committed to give you full six hours behind-the-wheel and even more if needed. If for any reason you miss some minutes and seconds behind the wheel, you are strongly encouraged to make up those times before graduating.|
|How flexible are your program?||We are very flexible. We allow you to choose your driving time.|
|What are your success rate?||Currently 98% of our students pass their road test first time.|
|What are your safety records||In 6 years of operation, none of our student have ever crashed.|
|Why should I choose National Driving School over others?||
First of all, our rates of $250 are affordable, flat across board (classroom, online, homestudy) in comparison to others who charges anywhere from $270, $320 for similar programs.
We do not charge you any money if you miss your driving appointment. Other schools charges anywhere from $35 to $50 if you dare miss your behind-the-wheel appointment.
We do not charge book deposit fee. As a matter of fact, once we reviewed your workbook to make sure you completed all the assignments, you can keep it if you want.
We treat our students with respect. We do not yell or scream at you when you make mistakes. Very friendly and positive atmosphere and environment in the office and while on the road.
Our program is super fast and efficient. You can finish in as little as five days or nine days at most. No drama and no stories.
Last but not the least, we go out of our way to ensure that our students are successful. Drop them off and pick them up at the third party testing place or at home when they do not have a ride. We wake up early and stayed late at work to ensure you get all your driving done to meet your expected deadlines.
|How do I enroll for your course?||
You can enrol and payonline, to do so click on the link below: http://www.nationaldrivingschoolusa.com/enrolonline.html. Once we received your payment, we will email the Student Workbook to you.
Or you can stop by our office to enrol and pick up the hard copy of the workbook. Please call ahead of time before stopping by our office, as we are constantly in and out on the road with students.
|Do you accept payments?||We preferred full payments. However, in rare cases, we do accept payments.|
|I need to take a Road Test, do I need an appointment?||Road test is by appointment only. Preferrably, please text your desired date and time to 801 502 7985 or Spanish speakers 801-879-4947. We will confirm the date to you .|
|What forms of payment do you accept?||We accept all forms of payment - cash, debit or credit card, money order, vouchers, etc.|
|I do not live in the Salt Lake area, can I still take your course?||Yes, we have students coming from St. George, Park City, Ogden, Tooele and beyond participating in our program. All you need is to register and pay online, we email the student workbook to you. Complete the workbook, then come down to Salt Lake and complete behind-the-wheel portion in three days, doing two hours of driving and two hours of observations per day. It is that simple.|
|What is your school curriculum based on?||Our curriculum is safety based, manuever specific, and skill focused. Our goal is to put new drivers behind-the-wheel with skill and confidence.|