6-, 8-, 10-Hour Behind the Wheel with a 6-Hour Classroom Driving Instruction at Driving Arizona (Up to 29% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Driver’s education course will teach the essential rules of the road for any skill level

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Choose from Three Options

  • $280 for 6-hour behind the wheel and 6-hour classroom driving instruction ($369 value)
  • $360 for 8-hour behind the wheel and 6-hour classroom driving instruction ($429 value)
  • $349 for 10-hour behind the wheel and 6-hour classroom driving instruction ($489 value)

Driver’s Ed Cars: Two Brakes are Better Than One

Most likely, your driving lessons will take place in a special car with a brake on the instructor’s side. Check out Groupon’s overview of this necessary twin.

When learning to ride a bike, kids rely on a parent’s hand gripping their seat. When learning to fly, pilots know that clouds will be there to cushion their fall. Likewise, when learning to drive, new students have a safeguard of their own: an extra brake pedal—sometimes even another steering wheel—on the passenger side, known as a dual-control system. This extra set of controls is a vital failsafe when students find themselves in tricky situations on the road, so many states require it in behind-the-wheel driver’s education classes. Few manufacturers actually produce these special vehicles, but almost any regular car can transform into one with the installation of a simple pulley system, in which the passenger-side pedals are bolted into the floor and connected to the driver’s side via a steel cable threaded through the center console.

While it’s not entirely clear who originally invented the dual-control system—or when—its evolution can be seen in a series of 20th-century patents. The dual-steering mechanism allowed an instructor to operate the clutch, brake, and accelerator in any required manner while teaching a novice to drive. Later came an adjustable, portable version that could be removed and installed in nearly any car, which was a valuable innovation in the 1950s, when cars finally began to take on new shapes, sizes, and personalities.

Customer Reviews

really liked that my daughter felt very comfortable with the instructor and I can say so far so good with her driving.
Margaret B. · October 28, 2016
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