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How to Prepare for DMV Driver’s Test in 7 Steps

Nervous about passing the DMV Driver's test? Here are seven essential steps to take to help you prepare.

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Why It's Never Too Late to Enroll in Driving School

Looking to enroll in driving school but are embarrassed by your age? Well, there’s no need to be. Driving school is for any and every age.

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A Teen’s Guide on How to Get Your California driver License

Our calm, patient, professional instructors will take you comfortably through our step by step process and help you become a safe, confident, and licensed driver.

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Behind The Wheel Training: 4 Things You Will Learn

Nervous about driving? Here are 4 things you will learn in your behind the wheel training at Alliance Defensive Driving School.

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Our Mission

To offer a unique and progressive drivers training program that addresses the needs of the modern driver, as well as providing a welcoming customer service experience to all of our students. To retain top qualified office staff and driving instructors that exhibit professional, ethical, and personal standards that are far above other driving schools. To nurture and educate each student individually in an atmosphere of trust and safety through intelligent, intuitive, and interactive training methods, making each lesson conducive to optimum performance. Simply said, Alliance Defensive Driving School strives to be the very best in the collective field of driving schools.

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All Driving Schools are not created equal…

Our driver training vehicles are equipped with both a gas and brake pedal on the passenger side. Having the training car equipped only with a brake pedal makes you only half as safe. We want our students to be completely safe in the car if something unusual should happen. Don't be fooled if other driving schools tell you otherwise. Common sense tells us it is indeed safer to have both a gas and a brake pedal installed on the passenger side of the car for complete control of the vehicle during driving lessons. Second, our driver training vehicles are equipped with four training mirrors, and three student mirrors for complete circular vision. To be completely safe, the instructor must be able to watch not only the road, but the student's movements as well.

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