Step by Step Process
Our goal is to develop safe and independent drivers. Students learn and develop their skills at different paces and some skills need more time and practice to refine them. Additional driving sessions could be recommended. Maintaining communication with your Driving Coach or call our office to develop a plan and a budget.
Step #1 Your Teen must be 16 years Old.
Step #2 Get Your Learners Permit
Learners Permit Exam: Para el repaso en Español, descárga la aplicación Repaso Móvil
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For English Language, please contact us by email to send you and English Languange Study Guide.
Step #3 Enroll to Start Your Driving Classes
Register and pay for one of the driver education packages.
Schedule the Classroom Driver Training (CDT) and Behind the Wheel (BTW) classes. Book these appointments through our website as soon as possible as our drive times fill up quickly. Our times are very flexible. We pick up your Teen at school, your house or at work (within San Juan, Guaynabo, Bayamon and Trujillo Alto).
Login to view our BTW calendars to familiarize yourself with our instructors' schedules. Each student should try to stay with the same instructor for the entire BTW process.
Step #4 Get Your Drivers License
If you are between 16 and 18 years old and have had the Learners Permit for a minimum of 6 months, you are ready to take your On-Road driving test.
On-Road Examination Appointment; Once your Teen has completed the CESCO requirements and the Driver Education course, you can request an appointment for the road test at CESCO or for a small fee we can assist you with this.