Supply Update: We have select lesson slots available as early as this week. Peak time lessons are still booking out 6-8 weeks in select locations. We are continuing to add staff that meet and exceed our high standards of service and education and hope to be fully staffed by year end. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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The Easiest, and Most Affordable, Road to a License

Though we offer superior products and service to our competitors, we know that keeping our prices reasonable is important. In addition to keeping our prices affordable, we offer flexible payment plans and discounts for repeat customers and service members.

Payment Plans

We never want finances to stand in the way of a safe driver. It is our goal to make our quality program accessible to all families in Connecticut. We offer payment plans for all purchases over $300. You can choose to make 2 or 3 payments. To work out a payment arrangement, please contact our friendly Customer Happiness team by calling (860) 631-4292, and they will be happy to get you enrolled and on the easiest (and most affordable) road to a license.

Affordable Driver's Education - In a Nutshell...

While learning to drive is valuable in and of itself, we also recognize that many of our customers are simply doing this because Connecticut requires you to do so. Our 8 Hour Safe Driving Course is the cheapest option and satisfies the state requirement. Our Full Driver Education Bundle costs more, but you receive a whole lot more (30 classroom hours, 8 hours of private driving lessons). To find out more specific information on pricing, click on enroll at the top of this page and search for products and packages in your area.

Specials and Discounts

We pride ourself on keeping our Driving School prices competitive at all times, and as such, very rarely run price discounts or specials. However, there are rare special occasions where we have discounts running. They will always be published on our Price Specials Page.

We do offer some standing price specials that are always running: