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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How does the Classroom Course work?
    • Our Classroom drivers education program runs for just 9 days (Mon-Fri) for 2 hours per class period. These classes are taught at various schools and locations throughout Salt Lake County, and Utah County. Price for our 9 day classroom course with driving is 275.00 dollars (includes classroom, 3 driving sessions).
  • How much do driving lessons only cost?
    • Driving only is $225.00 dollars
  • How much is the online course?
    • The online class is only $50. You can get your state required driving instruction with us for an additional $225.
  • How do a schedule a driving lesson?
    • You can self schedule your drives through our self-scheduling portal once you are registered for the driving sessions.
  • Do I need a permit to take Wright Driving School’s drivers education class being held at my school?
    • No, you can take the class or complete the online course without a driver’s permit.
  • How many road driving sessions do I need to qualify for a driver’s license?
    • You can complete the state of Utah requirements in three driving sessions.
  • When do I drive on the freeway during the course?
    • We give driving instruction on the freeway during your second road drive.
  • What do I need to know for my final road test?
    • On your third, and final drive, our instructor will go over the maneuvers students will be asked to demonstrate for during their road test.
  • What do I need before signing up for road drives?
    • A driving permit and 15-20 personal driving hours with parents or adults (Actual road driving hours, not just those spent in a parking lot).
  • After the road drives are completed, do I nee to take a final written test in addition to the road driving test?
    • Students need to take the online quiz on dld.utah.gov  “Traffic Safety and Trends Exam” in addition to the road driving test.
  • I’m over 19-years old, do I still need to take drivers ed?
    • No. You need to obtain a driving permit by taking the written test, waiting 90-days, then taking a final driving test. If you are pressed for time and don’t want to wait 90-days, you can take our online drivers ed program and complete the three road driving sessions to expedite the process.

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