We are a driving School built on experience. Our Instructors are trained driving instructors with over 30 years combined experience. We are licensed by the state of California. Our Driving School license number is E4592
We are Working on becoming the leading Driving School in Ventura and Santa barbara Counties
We were already voted the best driving school in Oxnard for 2014 and 2015.
70% of our business our word of mouth. This only happens because, when a student was satisfied with our driver training course and is excited about passing, they pass the goodness along to their friends and family
We break our lessons down into two phases:
Phase 1 Getting Control of the Car
Each student is evaluated in and taught basic skills such as: Speed Control, Lane Control, Turns, Lane Changes, Steering Control, Judgment of Distance, Braking, reversing, Following Distance, Mirror Settings,Seating Posture, and much more!P
Phase 2 Defensive Driving
It is our goal to produce safe drivers, so we teach the Smith System of Defensive Driving. It has been said that the "Smith System" is the ultimate defensive driving system. The "Smith System" is comprised of five important key points that help us gather information, process that information, and make informed driving decisions.
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First: Sign up to Top Notch Online Drivers ED - Here with our award winning online study material we help you study for you written exam
Second: Gather all Documents and Fees
You will need following together for test day:
a. Completed form DL 44 (originals only; complete with parent signatures); Call the DMV to receive this application by mail
b. Proof of your true full name
c. Social security number
d. An acceptable document proving birthday and legal presence
e. Proof of drivers Ed completion (We will mail you your certificate once you have completed your online course)
f. Application fee
Third: Take the written exam at your local DVM
Note: Be Prepared for an Eye Exam
First: Choose the License Type
Whether you are a teenager ready to get behind the wheel or you just moved to the state, you must obtain a driver's license to legally operate a motor vehicle on California roads. The state offers the following types of licenses, valid for four years:
Second: Take a Driver's Education Course
Younger than 18 ― Driver's Ed is a requirement.
18 and Older ― If you are obtaining a Class C license for the first time, you should consider completing a driver's education class.