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Learn how to drive at night.
Together We Can Be Your Teen's Best Role Model
Behind the Wheel Instruction
Road Test Preparation
Best Driving Instruction for
New Jersey Drivers
Approach Driving School offers driver training, road testing,
and behind the wheel instruction for teenagers and adults.
Our instructors can provide you with driving lessons and road test preparation so that you can pass your New Jersey drivers exams with flying colors. We are proud to be the most recommended driving school in Morris County, New Jersey.
Have a student with learning difficulties or requiring
Call (973) 558-5577 for the best driving lessons in Morris County, New Jersey!
We have a special arrangement with your High School just for you! Call us for details!
Llama a Santiago: 862-391-9172
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"This was the best driving school I have ever encountered. Not only did they make me feel at ease before my test, but they took me through the steps I needed to pass the test. I would not have a license without them.
"I was very happy with my lesson. I was able to get the hang of learning fairly quickly; and credit that to my driving instructor...who was encouraging and knowledgeable.
David A. - New York, NY
Driving School Theory
Our instructors will start by explaining the fundamentals of the car including all controls and how they work. Next we move onto small side roads, making sure that the student is in a comfortable and safe environment. After mastering the slower back roads, we will work the student into smaller local city roads. During the six hours, our instructors will furnish you with open verbal communication on the progress of your teen or loved one. We understand the concerns you may have and we are here to make the process smooth and simple for you.
We will go over parallel parking if we are satisfied the student has achieved some basic understanding of the important “life saving skills” of turning, steering, backing up, and anticipating what other drivers are doing. To critique the parallel parking in the first 6 hours may give the parent a false sense of what the student is really capable of. It is a prerequisite to getting a license which the student is far from needing at this point. We strongly suggest you request additional parallel parking lessons closer to his/her road test.
over 29 years of driving instruction experience to Approach Driving School. In 2002, Diane was instrumental in
petitioning the state to provide road tests at the Randolph Motor Vehicle Commission. She has a keen knowledge of the process from the vision test straight through to the road test. Her calm approach in dealing with first time drivers makes Approach Driving School stand above the others.