Virginia DMV Approved Driving Classes

Driver Training, Inc. offers Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles approved driving instruction for Escort Vehicle Driver Certification, Manual Course, RE-Examination, Driver Education in the classroom, and behind-the-wheel, in addition to Driver Improvement classes that meet the Court and  DMV of Virginia requirements.




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You can find out the latest transportation news, Virginia laws and driver services and Court, DMV requirements.  You can also message us and find out the latest class dates and times.



– We teach more than the typical driver’s ed stuff. We teach real life situations.

– We work hard to reduce the likelihood of ever facing a fatal collision.

– We defuse over-confident drivers and simultaneously help insecure drivers gain confidence.

– We help students gain respect for the driving task.

– We increase parents’ comfort level with their student’s driving.

– We help students learn their limitations of both the vehicle and themselves.


Driving Tips

Driving Tip of the Day

Avoid the temptation of car theft.

Owning a vehicle of a color that is not the most popular on the road may save your car. To a car thief, vehicles with smart keys can often be more trouble and risk than they are worth. Engine immobilizers are a wonderful theft deterrent. Installing them as an after market item on your car […]

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Latest News

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    Technology becoming more widely available, often as standard feature. by Paul A. Eisenstein on Jul.24, 2014 With increasingly stringent mileage standards coming down the pike over the next decade, automakers are frantically racing to find ways to boost the fuel economy of their vehicles. Some new features would yield benefits that are barely measurable, others could add significantly to […]
  • The Five Most Reliable Car Companies

    Hyundai Average repair cost (parts and labor): $312.67 Ranking: No. 1 Unexpected car repairs are not only inconvenient, they also can be costly. Rather than putting strain on your budget, why not choose a car that is more reliable?, which tracks car repair data, has identified the most reliable car companies. The 2013 CarMD Vehicle Health […]
  • Drivers Got High On Federal Weed For A Stoned Driving Study

    For several months in 2013 and 2014, federal researchers administered free marijuana and alcohol to a group of people and set them loose in a driving simulator — all in the name of science. In what may be the most comprehensive study yet of cannabis’ effects on drivers, around 20 volunteers, all between the ages […]
  • Marijuana and Car Insurance

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    Young Drivers, Marijuana and Car Insurance What Parents Should Know About Drugged-Driving Risks Published: 07/18/2014  – by Neil Bartlett, Contributor Email Print Save Legal Pot and Young Drivers Raise Car Insurance Issues Marijuana is legal in Colorado and Washington. But pot-using young drivers can be an insurance headache (or worse) for parents who insure the cars they drive. […]
  • Open Letter from Secretary Foxx and 11 Former DOT Secretaries Urging Congress to Address Long-Term Transportation Needs

    Department of Transportation sent this bulletin at 07/21/2014 02:16 PM EDT WASHINGTON – As Congress considers legislation to avoid a shortfall of the Highway Trust Fund, Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx and 11 of his predecessors offered the following open letter to Congress. In addition to Secretary Foxx, Secretaries Ray LaHood, Mary Peters, Norman Mineta, Rodney […]
  • Graduated Driver Licensing Made Simple

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      In recent years there has been renewed interest in identifying ways to improve the safety impact of driver education/training. Two factors appear to have led to this renewed interest. The first can be traced to the rather disappointing results of the evaluation research (see Section 2.0), which showed that formal education/training programs provide few, […]
  • Who Offers The Most Car Insurance Discounts?

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    By Rose Hanson • Insurance » Who Offers The Most Car Insurance Discounts? Stubbornly high gasoline prices, expensive maintenance costs and stinging state fees all can make owning a car a very pricey proposition. Your car insurance may represent one of the few areas for possible savings. If you haven’t reviewed your policy in a while, you […]
  • Pot Tourists Dumping Stashes At Denver Airport Rental Car Agencies

    Travelers unable to bring extra weed home ditch it before heading into the airport Car rental agencies operating at Denver International Airport are reporting tourists with extra pot are frequently handing it off to their employees or stashing their stash in the cars before they return them. “It happens quite often,” a rental car employee […]
  • We’re Becoming CDRS Approved!!!

    Take to the open road......prepared.
    Here at Driver Training Inc., we strive to help drivers of all shapes and sizes. That’s why we are preparing to become CDRS, or certified driver rehabilitation specialists. “Driver rehabilitation specialists work with people of all ages and abilities, exploring alternative transportation solutions for drivers with special needs” ( Susan Walling and Kathy Wampler, both […]
  • Are Ride Sharing Services Cutting Down On Drunk Driving?

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    Evidence suggests a dip in DUI arrests in some urban areas could be attributed to companies like Uber Posted: Jul 17, 2014   |  By: AOL Autos Staff Uber said the drop in DUI offenses is an unintended, but positive side effect of its business (Shutterstock). Are car sharing services replacing designated drivers in some cities?Possibly. Philadelphia and Seattle have […]