We are located at:
821 3rd Ave SE Suite #45
Located in Kings Row directly behind K-Mart
for teens 14 years old and over. This program teaches all the skills necessary to become
a licensed driver in Minnesota. This includes 30 hours of classroom instruction, the course provides students with a smaller class room environment with out the intimidation
of a big class, and the same Instructor for the entire class, along with six hours of behind the wheel
instruction. Our classes are fun and interactive. Driver’s Training 101 will also show students a basic
vehicle inspection; checking the oil, radiator, air pressure, etc.
the wheel driving sessions are fun and challenging. As a teen, you’ve been a passenger on the road of life
for 14 years. Now it’s time to sit in the driver’s seat and take the wheel. We will help you learn the rules of
the road and how to get yourself safely from point A to point B. We do welcome students that already have their permit but
are having a difficult time getting their required six hours of behind the wheel instruction completed. Our
training vehicles are safe, insured, maintained, and inspected for your safety. Our vehicles are a front wheel
drive 2010 Chevy Impala and a 2005 Pontiac G6 with traction control and anti-lock brakes, perfect for behind the wheel
training in Minnesota winters.
All of this will help prepare you mentally
for driving on the road, by helping you understand your driving environment. Also helping
to develop the ability to assess your risks and capabilities in a variety of different driving situations. Most importantly,
help you discover your limit’s and those of your vehicle.
Driver’s Training 101’s
goal is to be Rochester’s and the surrounding areas finest driving school.
Instruction is provided by Driver’s
Training 101, approved by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.
Contact us today for more information. Call soon, there
is limited seating available.
on the link below to take you to the abc's of driver's education. This link will help parents deal with teaching their son
or daughter to drive while preparing to get their driver's license.