FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

  • 30 hours of Classroom Instruction (must be at least 15 years, 9 months of age)
  • 12 hours Behind-the-Wheel Instruction
  • 6 hours of In-Car Observation time
  • 2 hour Parent/Guardian Class, attended by at least one parent (certificate valid for 5 years)

 

 

A student may obtain a learner's permit once they have reached age 16. Student will have to go to the Registry of Motor Vehicles, and bring a birth certificate and Social Security card. 
A student will have to have had a permit for six months without any infractions, meet all the requirements for driver education, have a Driver Education Certificate processed by the RMV, and pass a road test. 
Once the student has obtained a learner's permit. AAA Driver Training has a convenient schedule of appointments during the day, after school, evenings and on weekends. 
Registration for classroom courses can be done online. Students can also call AAA Driver Training at (855) 222-1050 to register for classes as well as behind-the-wheel training. Most of the listed high schools offer in-school registration as well.
Once a student completes all of the requirements of the driver education program, the driving school will inform the RMV the program has been completed. The RMV will then issue a driver education certificate (no longer mailed out) which can be seen on their website, http://www.massdot.state.ma.us/Main.aspx
Road tests may be scheduled once the driver education certificate is issued. AAA Driver Training needs at least three weeks notice if you would like us to arrange your road test and the use of a AAA car.
Permit test $30
Driver Education Certificate $15
Road test Appointment $35
Driver’s License $50

 

AAA Charges a $5.00 Administration fee for the processing of the certification. Total $20.00

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