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driving school was not the least expensive driving school out there. After discussing the other driving schools with a friend, we decided that we wanted to go with a more reputable company. One we could trust that has been around for awhile. We both put our daughters in
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together. We heard that other companies would let kids go home early from instruction. We didn't want our kids to be let out early on something that was such an important issue as driving instruction. We felt they needed every minute they could get. The classroom setting was comfortable. The teacher was likeable. The driving behind the wheel instruction was great. Our daughter liked the man who taught her. He was patient and courteous. We will use
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for our next daughters instruction.

They covered a lot of material and she passed her drivers training on the first try. Their instructor comes and picks the kids up from your home for their drivers training. They take them throughout neighborhoods and on the freeway. This is a great convenience for me.

$169 was the best rate I found and their initial responsiveness in class schedule was great, however the problem has been in getting in the behind the wheel training. The first time had to be scheduled a month in advance and recently the second was almost two months in advance. I called and they wanted me to call them back three times. It's been a pain and they have been rude.

After obtaining her permit through a class on line, our daughter had to sign up for 'behind the wheel' training in order to get her permit at the dmv. We called several places, and
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was the only one who returned our call within minutes. We were able to sign her up for her required 'behind the wheel' training hours and managed to still get her permit that same morning, in spite of all the odds.
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, and her staff, were very professional, as well as, compassionate to our specific needs and requests.
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All Driver Education in San Diego, CA

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Accredited Driving School

1761 Escondido Blvd
Escondido, CA

Accredited Driving School

Poway Road
Oceanside, CA

Accredited Driving School

13857 Carmel Valley Road
San Diego, CA

Accredited Driving School

12650 Sabre Springs Parkway
San Diego, CA

Allstate Driving School

7677 Ronson Road Suite 104
San Diego, CA


12812 Rancho Penasquitos Blvd Ste R
San Diego, CA

California Custom Home Theater

PO Box 261931
San Diego,

Carbank Driving School

5575 Magnatron Blvd
San Diego, CA

DELUXE TOWING (619) 316-2771

13465 CAMINO CANADA #106-444
El Cajon, CA

567 Main Street
Ramona, CA

283 4th St
Oakland, CA

El Cajon Driving School

Lakeside, CA

Falvey Traffic School

1748 E Valley Parkway
Escondido, CA


Chesapeake, VA


5760 Fleet St # 210
Carlsbad, CA

I Drive Safely LLC

5760 Fleet Street
Carlsbad, CA


La Mesa, CA

Liberty Driving & Traffic School Inc

338 W Lexington Ave Ste 108
El Cajon, CA

Mask My Ticket

1740 La costa Meadows Drive
San Marcos, CA

MasterDrive of Orange County

16 Technology Dr
Irvine, CA

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