Attend our Adult Driver's Ed Class this Sat 9am-4pm for students 18+ to get a driver's license! Register in person and pay by Thurs Jan 9
Angelo Driving Academy Inc. 400 W Ave N San Angelo, TX 76903 Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 12-6 PM Office closed Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Phone: 325-658-2975 Email us: email@example.com
This course is designed to meet the 6 Hour Texas State Standards and Requirements for classroom instruction for students between the ages of 18-24. Students will complete written exam for a permit at the end of the course.
Note: Adult Driver's Ed is CLASSROOM Instruction ONLY and does not include any driving lessons. However, once a student has a permit they may request driving lessons.
Upcoming Class Dates: Monday & Tuesday Feb 3 & 4. 2020 (630-930 PM)
Saturday Feb 29, 2020 (9-AM- 4 PM)
Normal Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 12-6 PM Office closed Fridays
Register for the class come by during our office hours Mon-Thurs from 12-6pm and bring payment via cash or check and Picture Id or SS Card no later than the Thursday before class starts to avoid late registration fee.
Adult Driver Ed (6 hours classroom instruction) Cost: $60, Late Registration $80
- All classes are held in person in English. *As a reminder, the certificate of completion is valid for one year.
Drives Only $50 per hour Drives for former Students $30 per hours DPS road test $20 1st attempt.
Steps: 1. Take classroom course (does not include drives) and receive scores of 70% or higher on written exams to receive certificate of completion.
2. Take certificate of completion to DPS to receive permit (you will not have to take written exam again)
3. Make an appointment with DPS to take your driving test for your driver's license!
Course Objective: Driver's education course exclusively for adults. This course offered in a traditional classroom setting to persons who are age 18 to under 25 years of age for the education and examination requirements for the issuance of a driver's license under Texas Transportation Code, and in accordance with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) and Department of Public Safety guidelines.