Comprehensive Driver's Education
One of the biggest factors of safe driving is attitude. At Blessing Auto School, we teach not only safe defensive skills, but also a safe, proactive attitude. Teens in our standard driving course will learn to approach the road with confidence and control.
In Massachusetts, teens between the ages of 16 and 18 are required to take a comprehensive driver’s education course. Our Standard Teen Course covers all of the information needed to become licensed drivers and goes beyond to ensure students have a firm grasp of safely operating a motor vehicle.
Our Standard Teen Course includes:
- 30 hours of class room instruction
- 12 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction
- 6 hours of observation
- 2 hours of parent participation in classroom instruction
- 1 road test
In our course, students will learn rules of the road, parallel parking, hill parking, three-point turns, all other types of turns, and more that is tested in the 69-point evaluation.
Keep in mind all classroom and behind-the-wheel education needs to happen within two years of taking your first class. We’ll keep track for you, signing you in and out.
Getting the License
After the course, students will receive their Certificate of Completion. Students, and their parents, that have completed driver’s education can save 10-15% on car insurance.
After students have completed the driver’s education, plus 40 hours of additional practice with parents or someone designated by the parents, it’s time for the road test. Students must have their driving permit for a minimum of 6 months, before taking, and passing, the road test.
Read more about the RMV process.