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AAA Driver Training School

At AAA, we take the driver training business seriously. Our goal is simple: we create lifelong safe drivers.

For over 80 years, AAA has led the way in Driver Training and Education programs. First published in the 1930s by AAA, Sportsmanlike Driving became the most widely used book in the field. AAA’s current driver education text, How to Drive features the most current and relevant information on safe driving for teens. AAA instructional materials are used in AAA Driving Schools as well as commercial driving schools throughout the country.

AAA provides the highest quality instruction from some of the best teachers in the business. You trust us to come to the roadside when your car is broken down. Similarly, you can trust us to prepare your student for the road ahead.

In addition to teaching your teens to drive, AAA educates its members on topics related to traffic safety, automotive maintenance and travel.

A leader in teen driver safety for over 100 years, AAA has a suite of research-based tools to help guide families through the learning-to-drive process.

Some AAA Driving Schools Include In Class Instruction

Advantages of AAA Driving School

  • Convenient classroom locations
  • Newer, meticulously maintained, low mileage road training vehicles
  • Access to a AAA vehicle for the road test
  • Dedicated customer service
  • Member-exclusive pricing and payment plans
  • FREE one-year Associate AAA membership for teen program graduates
  • Parent classes
  • Parent and student portals for convenient online payments and scheduling
  • Complimentary resources for parents and teens
  • One week accelerated classes offered
  • FREE one-year Associate AAA membership for teen program graduates*
 

*One (1) free AAA Associate membership per person, per completed driver training package. Associate household memberships are available only to those residing in the same household as the Primary member. An offer of a free Associate membership cannot be combined with any other offer.