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Approach Driving School offers driver training, road testing, behind the wheel instruction, and stick shift lessons for teenagers and adults in Morris County, NJ.
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.
Call us today at (973) 558-5577 for the best driving lessons in
Morris County, New Jersey!
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Driving School Theory
Our instructors will start by explaining the fundamentals of the car including all controls and how they work. Next we work up to 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 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.
Diane Sullivan, President
Diane brings 19 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.
A LIVING TESTIMONIAL
“My daughter was driving with her best friend, also 18, in the front passenger seat towards her old high school. A pickup truck didn’t see her coming down the road, in oncoming traffic around 40-50 mph. And turned directly in front of her. Thanks to your instructors’ teaching, she slammed on the brake, maintained control of her car, swerved successfully around the pickup truck just barely missing it.”
Approach Driving School was a lifesaver! My daughter worked with Diane right before the test. Her knowledge of the course and experience with the personnel made this experience much smoother. My daughter passed and believes Diane’s pointers helped her tremendously. Diane is competitively priced and worth every dollar. I will work with Approach when my younger children are ready.
Great price for a great service. Son had a 1 hour pretest review and got his license!! Highly recommend.
Great job. If anybody ever asks us for a recommendation we will enthusiastically recommend your school
Had such a great experience with Diane! DMV gave us trouble with a temporary insurance card, so we went to Approach. Even though it was last minute, she drove me to the test and gave me immeasurable tips and advice. I highly recommend Approach for fair prices and knowledgeable instructors. I passed and I couldn’t be more pleased!
Parent To Parent
There has been a decrease in teens wanting to drive, they are scared and want to use Uber. Many don’t even know how to get to and from school because their heads are down playing games or texting on their cell phone.
It is harder today to teach teens and we need your help. While in the car they need to observe mom and dad’s driving, don’t just wait till their 16 years old, try starting at age 12. They need those “years of input” to comprehend what we are teaching in the short 6 hours we have to get student prepared for their most valuable lesson of their lives.