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ADDRESS 777 Minnewawa, Suite 31 Clovis, California
CONTACT e: RushHourOffice@yahoo.com t: 559-297-6903
Copyright © 2012 - 2021 Rush Hour Driving School
RUSH HOUR DRIVING SCHOOL

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Frequently Asked Questions
Our Office Hours have changed Please call before coming in. Monday - Wednesday - Friday 12 PM to 6 PM Office closed Tuesday & Thursday Drivers Training Hours Mon-Fri in two hour sessions 12:45 - 2:45 PM 3:00 - 6 PM 5:15 - 7:15 PM Drivers Training hours subject to change.
	1.	What is the difference between Rush Hour Driving School and others? 	a.	Our passion to bring state of the art techniques to set teenagers up for success and enjoyment while driving. 	b.	Raising the standard in the trust and comfort that parents have in the driving instruction industry. 	c.	Always looking for new and innovative ways to teach beginning drivers so that you know that we only offer the best. 	d.	We teach you not only to pass a drive test but, we believe that just because someone passes their drive test does not imply they are ready to drive on their own. So, most importantly with this new age of electronic devices we have more challenging driving conditions. So with that in mind we help teach you to become a safe driver (within the limited time we have to teach you) not, just pass a drive test! 	e.	Worth mentioning again “We Teach You To Drive Safely”.  	f.	To answer questions about wanting to schedule a lesson before the drive test. I will give you a common example of what happens more often than you think. I was just finishing up a lesson with a student recently and on the way home he tells me that he had a drive test coming up on Monday a few days later after this last lesson. I said, that explains why you seemed a little stressed during the lesson (because his was making many mistakes more than usual for a student) and sometimes students have very close calls because they are not focused on driving they thinking if they can pass the drive test. I added that he needed to make improvements or he may not pass his drive test. Monday comes and I was told that he failed for the same reason I corrected him for several times during his last lesson. He needed much more time to practice. Why would you want someone to learn just enough for the drive test to only forget most of what they’ve learned about how to drive safely and the rules once they get their license. Examiners agree new drivers need a minimum of three weeks or more before a drive test to practice. Otherwise most if not all suffer extreme anxiety and nervousness during training and end up learning less and thus failing the test. I should also note that DMV examiners have said that they check the person’s Behind the Wheel Certificate issued date. When they find a date close to their drive test date they will test theses individuals differently.
Q. What do I need for a permit test? A. 1. Application fee. 2. How to apply for a provisional permit if you are under 18 And to pass your permit test a passing grade is 8 or less errors out of 46 questions. We have free practice test available at the office if you need them. Q. Can I sign up for drivers training now, even through I am not done with driver education? A. You may only sign up once you receive your permit. Then call 559.297.6903 or drop by the office to set up your lessons. Q. How long is driver training? A. If you are under 18 years of age the lessons will consist 3 days 2 hour lessons each day for a total of 6 hours of behind the wheel training is the requirement from the state of California. Q. What car do I use for the D.M.V. Drive Test? A. You will be using your own car for the driving test. Your name does not have to be on the registration. The D.M.V. does not have a car for you to use. The car must have a current registration and insurance. Q. What happens if I loose one of my certificates? A. First please call the office so that we can prepare a duplicate for you, so when you come in it will be ready. The fee for the duplicate certificate is $10.00 Q. When I go down for my drive test do I have to pay for my D.M.V. drive test or take another written test again? A. No. As long as you take the drive test within the time your permit is valid and it is your first test. After your first test (if you fail) DMV will charge a fee of $7.00 each test thereafter. Q. What new restrictions apply to me when I receive my provisional license? A. During the first year after receiving a license, the provisional driver won't be able to drive between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. without special permission or with a licensed adult driver age 25 or older. The driver will also be restricted from transporting any passengers under 20 years old, unless accompanied by an adult at least 25 years old. When a minor turns 18 years of age the restrictions will no longer apply. Q. Do I have to complete driver education to get my permit? A. Yes if you are under 17 1/2 years old, you will have to complete driver education to obtain your completion certificate that you will need for the DMV permit test. Q. How old do I have to be to start drivers training? And do I have to still complete driver education? A. You must only have a valid permit from the Department of Motor Vehicles to take drivers training. If you are 17 ½ or older you are not required to complete drivers education or training to get a permit. But you must have your permit for a minimum of six months or reach the age of 18 to take a drive test.
ADDRESS 777 Minnewawa, #31 Clovis, California
CONTACT e:RushHourOffice@yahoo. com t: 559-297-6903
Copyright © 2012 - 2021 Rush Hour Driving School
RUSH HOUR DRIVING SCHOOL

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions
Our Office Hours have changed Please call before coming in. Monday - Wednesday - Friday 12 PM to 6 PM Office closed Tuesday & Thursday Drivers Training Hours Mon-Fri in two hour sessions 12:45 - 2:45 PM 3:00 - 6 PM 5:15 - 7:15 PM Drivers Training hours subject to change.
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	1.	What is the difference between Rush Hour Driving School and others? 	a.	Our passion to bring state of the art techniques to set teenagers up for success and enjoyment while driving. 	b.	Raising the standard in the trust and comfort that parents have in the driving instruction industry. 	c.	Always looking for new and innovative ways to teach beginning drivers so that you know that we only offer the best. 	d.	We teach you not only to pass a drive test but, we believe that just because someone passes their drive test does not imply they are ready to drive on their own. So, most importantly with this new age of electronic devices we have more challenging driving conditions. So with that in mind we help teach you to become a safe driver (within the limited time we have to teach you) not, just pass a drive test! 	e.	Worth mentioning again “We Teach You To Drive Safely”.  	f.	To answer questions about wanting to schedule a lesson before the drive test. I will give you a common example of what happens more often than you think. I was just finishing up a lesson with a student recently and on the way home he tells me that he had a drive test coming up on Monday a few days later after this last lesson. I said, that explains why you seemed a little stressed during the lesson (because his was making many mistakes more than usual for a student) and sometimes students have very close calls because they are not focused on driving they thinking if they can pass the drive test. I added that he needed to make improvements or he may not pass his drive test. Monday comes and I was told that he failed for the same reason I corrected him for several times during his last lesson. He needed much more time to practice. Why would you want someone to learn just enough for the drive test to only forget most of what they’ve learned about how to drive safely and the rules once they get their license. Examiners agree new drivers need a minimum of three weeks or more before a drive test to practice. Otherwise most if not all suffer extreme anxiety and nervousness during training and end up learning less and thus failing the test. I should also note that DMV examiners have said that they check the person’s Behind the Wheel Certificate issued date. When they find a date close to their drive test date they will test theses individuals differently.
Q. What do I need for a permit test? A. 1. Application fee. 2. How to apply for a provisional permit if you are under 18 And to pass your permit test a passing grade is 8 or less errors out of 46 questions. We have free practice test available at the office if you need them. Q. Can I sign up for drivers training now, even through I am not done with driver education? A. You may only sign up once you receive your permit. Then call 559.297.6903 or drop by the office to set up your lessons. Q. How long is driver training? A. If you are under 18 years of age the lessons will consist 3 days 2 hour lessons each day for a total of 6 hours of behind the wheel training is the requirement from the state of California. Q. What car do I use for the D.M.V. Drive Test? A. You will be using your own car for the driving test. Your name does not have to be on the registration. The D.M.V. does not have a car for you to use. The car must have a current registration and insurance. Q. What happens if I loose one of my certificates? A. First please call the office so that we can prepare a duplicate for you, so when you come in it will be ready. The fee for the duplicate certificate is $10.00 Q. When I go down for my drive test do I have to pay for my D.M.V. drive test or take another written test again? A. No. As long as you take the drive test within the time your permit is valid and it is your first test. After your first test (if you fail) DMV will charge a fee of $7.00 each test thereafter. Q. What new restrictions apply to me when I receive my provisional license? A. During the first year after receiving a license, the provisional driver won't be able to drive between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. without special permission or with a licensed adult driver age 25 or older. The driver will also be restricted from transporting any passengers under 20 years old, unless accompanied by an adult at least 25 years old. When a minor turns 18 years of age the restrictions will no longer apply. Q. Do I have to complete driver education to get my permit? A. Yes if you are under 17 1/2 years old, you will have to complete driver education to obtain your completion certificate. Q. How old do I have to be to start drivers training? And do I have to still complete driver education? A. You must only have a valid permit from the Department of Motor Vehicles to take drivers training. If you are 17 ½ or older you are not required to complete drivers education or training to get a permit. But you must have your permit for a minimum of six months or reach the age of 18 to take a drive test.
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