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Driving Schools

AAA - Driving School
5900 Baum Boulevard Suite 2
Pittsburgh, PA 15206

AAA - West Penn AAA Driving School
1301 South Braddock Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15218

AAA - West Penn AAA Driving School
Pittsburgh, PA 15122

Alternatives Regional Chemical Abuse Program
Dui Driving Under The Influence

70 South 22nd Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Buckle -Up Driving School LLC
110 Scottdale Dr
Pittsburgh, PA 15205

Joe Kilchenstein/J. A. Gigliotti Professional Driving School
3263 Piedmont Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Kennedy School of Driving Inc
110 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

National Driving School
Pittsburgh, PA 15220

P I A Truck Driving
1200 Lebanon Rd.
West Mifflin, PA 15122
412-466-4658,800-480-3003 toll-free)

P I A Truck Driving
1200 Lebanon Rd
West Mifflin, PA 15122

Pavella Driving School
Pittsburgh, PA 15216

PIA Truck Driving
2980 Lebanon Church Road
West Mifflin, PA 15122

Rodgers Driving School
4590 McKnight Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15229

Rogers Driving School
Pittsburgh, PA 15237

Safe Way Driving School
9915 Frankstown Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15235

Sears Driving School
Pittsburgh, PA 15237

Swanson Driving School
9915 Frankstown Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15235

Turtle Creek Valley Mental Health Mental Retardation Inc - Driving Under the Influence
70 South 22nd Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Drivers Education

You’re almost 16 and now you’re ready for to prepare for the event that will change your life: getting a driver’s license.  The very first step you’ll need to take is getting your learner’s permit, or provisional license, which will allow you to get practice and build the skills needed to explore the world behind the wheel.  It is crucial to understand what is required of you to get your driver’s license.  The DMV, or Department of Motor Vehicles, requires that you pass two different tests: the first is the written permit test, and the second is the behind-the-wheel road test.  The written examination checks to make sure that you understand the basic regulations of the road and that you know what is required of you as a driver.  The second test puts you on the road with a DMV employee who will check to make sure you can drive around in your local city.  Both examinations are administered by the DMV.

Driver’s Ed

To pass the written test, taking a driver’s education course is the first step.  This can be done a number of ways, though the easiest (and likely most cost-effective and time-efficient) is online, such as at  In the past, the course has been offered through high schools and independent organizations, but online driver’s education allows you to skip the hassle of sitting through literally hours of monotonous lecture.  Driver’s Ed consists of teaching you about the basic concepts of driving: what are the rules of the road, how to handle various situations, and the potential dangers of driving.  It is important to pay attention in these courses.  You want to build the confidence to be able to begin driving in a real-world situation with you behind the wheel.  Once you’re ready, you can begin studying for the permit test and schedule an appointment with the DMV.  Keep in mind, however, that you must be 15 1?2 before you can legally get your permit.  Good luck!

Driver’s Training

Now you can finally begin the real deal – training behind the wheel.  Find a local driving school where you can take lessons on how to drive with a local trainer.  Your trainer will be with you in the car in the passenger’s seat, offering advice and guidance as you begin to drive.  Not to worry, your training will be spread out over three lessons, the first being an introduction in your local neighborhood, and the later ones teaching advanced scenarios such as freeway driving.  Between lessons, of course, your parents should be taking you out to drive.  Ask them to let you be behind the wheel on your local trips to the grocery store and to school.

Driver’s License

The only step left is to pass your road test with the DMV!  Schedule an appointment, be confident, stay within the speed limit, and you’ll be on your way to getting a drivers license.  And once you do get your driver’s license, remember the ethics of the road and be safe!  Break the rules and you’ll end up with a ticket, traffic school, or even worse, someone injured.  Drive safely, have fun, and we’ll see you out on the road.

Other Drivers Education Resources

Sacramento Top 10 Driving Schools has information for high school students in the Sacramento area.

Just Top 10 has information about online driving schools and online drivers education plus online traffic schools for the entire United States.


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