OVERVIEW

  • All About Driving provides driver education.  This school is licensed by the State of Michigan.
  • Our objective is to enable teenagers to obtain a Michigan driver’s licensing certificate by delivering superior- quality instruction at a competitive price.
  • We offer the Segment 1 and Segment 2 courses required for “Level 1” and “Level 2” driving permits. 
    • Segment 1
      • Regular weekday class schedule: 4 days a week, over three weeks.  Additional flexible/custom scheduling is based on customer interest.   2 hours per day.  Six hours of Behind the Wheel instruction are scheduled outside of classroom time.   Fee: $325. 
      • Minimum age:  14 years and 8 months.
    • Segment 2
      • Class schedule:   Friday through Sunday, 2 hours per day, over three days.  Fee: $55.
      • Requirements:  Minimum of 90 days on Level 1 License; 30 hours of supervised driving.

NOTES:

*Summer schedule will be posted within the next few weeks.  Given the uncertainty  around possible shutdowns,  changes in COVID-related operating restrictions and school schedules we have delayed setting the course calendar.  Thank you for your patience.

**Registrations are currently being taken by telephone only.  Please call the office at 248-623-0799 for availabilities.  

  • General:  Many of our customers are over 18 who choose to take a class, are of any age taking a driving skills refresher such as for road test preparation, or just want an evaluation.
  • Road tests:  All About Driving is not a road test company and does not administer the road test.

PHILOSOPHY:  In addition to basic driving skills, we emphasize safe driving attitudes and behaviors. Selecting a driving school is one of many important decisions a parent and teen may make. Driving by nature has an element of risk, which is why our mission is:     “All About Driving” –  Safely.

QUICK LINKS

click here to print the Segment 1 Student Registration Packet.
click here to print the Segment 2 Student Contract.
click here for more detail about eligibility and documents required

Click on the video below for a short audio-visual overview.