When & Where
Drivers Education-Joshua's Law Driving for Teens
Monroe, GA 30655
Ms. June Instructors
Corrina Esco Instructors
What is JOSHUA’S LAW?
Beginning January 1, 2007, all Teens applying for a Class D driver’s license must complete a driver education course approved by the Department of Driver Services and complete a total of 40 hours of supervised driving, 6 hours of which must be at night, with a parent or guardian’s sworn verification that these requirements have been met. All Georgia teen resident must complete this course to be eligible for a Class D driver’s license. He or she must have completed a total of at least 40 hours of supervised driving, including at least 6 hours at night. The same verification in writing by a parent or guardian is required.
Unlike the other Walton County Driving School, Ms. June is a hands on teacher. Cell phones are put away and class is taught. Teens enjoy doing projects showing what they have learned and they present it to there peers in the class. We have Drunken Goggles so they can experience how it feels after a few drinks and trying to catch a ball, pick objects off the floor and walk a straight a line. It is not as easy as it looks. Parents love this class room experience for their teens.
Ms. June has been in Monroe since 2006 but has been teaching 27 years. Monthly classes are inexpensive and she is also a GRANT Provider Instructor. (770)207-6905 Teaching from most updated AAA books in Drivers Education. She has students involved in class projects for better learning. Teens have given 2 thumbs up and enjoy the class of learning and not being bored.
Will I be able to get a reduction in my insurance premiums when my child completes the driver’s education course?
Only a Certificate of Completion from a State Licensed School providing 30 hours of classroom instruction and 6 hours behind the wheel instruction would be eligible for a reduction in insurance premiums.
- Learn Your Vehicle: Pre-Check before Driving
- Signs and Road Markings
- Traffic Laws
- Basic Maneuvers (Lane Changing, Turning & Parking)
- Sharing the Road
- Drinking and Driving
- How to Handle Emergencies
- Latest AAA Curriculum used in classroom
- Teens learn what to do if pulled over by a Police officers by our very own Monroe Policemen coming in classroom and talking to them
- Keep your TEEN safe and well prepared for the future. After all, learning to Drive is a LIFE LESSONS. Have them learn from the best and get regulated and learn the Laws before they get licensed.