Our Driver's Education course is conducted in our Riverbank classroom each month. During the school year, we offer our classroom Driver's Education course on a weekend schedule. Each course is 4 days total and is delivered over two back-to-back weekends. Please check our schedule for upcoming Driver's Education courses. While the area high schools are out for summer vacation, we offer our Driver's Education course in our Riverbank classroom each month on a weekend schedule. Each course is 4 days total and is delivered over four consecutive weekdays. Please check our schedule for upcoming Driver's education courses.

With our "Learn Until You Pass" Guarantee,  you can retake our Driver's Education as many times as you need to pass your written test, at no extra charge! Enroll today by calling our office @ (209) 863-8888.

​If you are looking for an online Driver's Education course, your search is over. Our Online Driver's Ed course is rated the best online Driver's Ed course in the area! Learn at your own pace, anywhere and anytime your have an Internet connection. Start and stop without worrying about losing your place, our advanced user interface keeps track of where you are in your course and gets you started quickly back to the place you left off. And as a Precision Driving School online student, you have the extra benefit of interacting with our Driver's Education Instructors by email, phone or by attending a classroom session at no extra charge! Don't get caught using an online course that can't answer your questions and provide that extra information other online courses can't deliver. Call our office or enroll online now and start your Driver's Education course today!





















California teens that are under 18 and at least 15 ½  can apply for a provisional driver's license. The first step to getting a provisional driver license is to get a California instruction permit as known as a "learner's permit". The permit and driver's license are called "Provisional" because teens are under age 18. This means there are additional restrictions placed on the permit and driver's license that adults (18 and over) do not have.

In order to be eligible to test for and receive a provisional instruction permit, teens must:

Be at least 15 1/2 years old

Have completed Drivers Education and be in possession of a DL-400B or DL-400C Certificate of Completion of Driver's Education.

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Precision Driving School 
3343 Santa Fe Street Suite D
Riverbank, California 95367
(209) 863-8888
License #3820
www.drivewithprecision.com

Precision Driving School
3343 Santa Fe Street Suite D
Riverbank, Ca 95367
(209) 863-8888

Email- drivesafelywithprecision@gmail.com