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.


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Pro driver advice for avoiding accidents Virtually all Americans think they are “above average” or “average” drivers. The four percent that are “below average” are everywhere! Most U.S. males think they should be in NASCAR instead of Tony Stewart and Dale Earnhardt, Jr. It’s nice we have such positive self-images. Since you don’t need the […]

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Latest News

  • Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles 2014 Legislative Bulletin New Laws

    Driver’s Licenses and Identification Cards Mature driver motor vehicle crash prevention course license renewal, reduction in rates: This bill provides the option of requiring drivers to attend a mature driver motor vehicle crash prevention course where applicable based on the offenses committed related to the operation of a motor vehicle. Courts may use their discretion […]
  • Fuel Prices Plunge in US

    Americans enjoying prices not seen since 2010 by Paul A. Eisenstein Retail U.S. gas prices have taken another big tumble this month, and could drop sharply before year-end, according to various fuel industry analysts. American motorists could wind up saving as much as $2.5 billion if the trend holds, according to tracking service, money […]
  • National Substance Abuse Prevention Month

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    In Juvenile Justice, Community Involvement is Key to Substance Abuse Prevention Posted by Susan Richardson October is National Substance Abuse Prevention Month.  Since 2011 the tradition continues as parents, youth, schools and community leaders across the country join this month-long observance of the role that substance abuse prevention plays in promoting safe and healthy communities. […]
  • How To Make Sure You And Your Car Are Prepared If Disaster Strikes

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    Matt Mercuro ( Cars damaged during superstorm Sandy in NYC. (Photo : Reuters) Let’s be honest. Would your car be ready if you had to leave at a moment’s notice? If you were stranded in your car somewhere, would you be prepared? During National Preparedness Month in September, drivers are reminded that it is important […]
  • Increasing Insurance Deductibles Nets Big Savings

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    Changing from $500 to $1,000 cuts rate by 9% on average by Michael Strong Americans will drive a few miles out of their way to save a couple of cents per gallon on gas and fastidiously check the air pressure in their tires to improve mileage to save a buck or two, but many fail […]
  • How Traffic Enforcement Could Play Out On Roads Of The Future

    New systems offer potential, but automated tickets already irk drivers   |  By: Pete Bigelow | AOL Autos President Barack Obama smiles as he tries out a driving simulation during a tour of the Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center, before speaking about the economy, Tuesday, July 15, 2014, in McLean, Va. President Barack Obama envisions a time when […]
  • This Study Revealed The Staggering Potential Of Self-Driving Cars

    New York City commuters spend an average of 59 hours a year stuck in traffic, costing them an extra $1,281 annually. In a study that came out in January 2013, researchers at The Earth Institute at Columbia University proposed a scheme that could alleviate much of that congestion by replacing New York’s fleet of 13,000 yellow cabs […]
  • Britain Is Finally Set To Unleash Driverless Cars On Its Public Roads

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    British Business Secretary Vince Cable has announced plans for driverless cars to hit the country’s roads as early as January of next year. “Today’s announcement will see driverless cars take to our streets in less than six months, putting us at the forefront of this transformational technology and opening up new opportunities for our economy […]
  • Google’s Self-Driving Cars Won’t Work In Heavy Rain Or On Most Roads

    Google   It seems that Google may be facing a bumpier ride with self-driving cars than initially expected. An MIT Technology Review report released last week said that the cars rely so much on maps and detailed data that they can’t drive themselves around 99% of the USA. It’s not a promising outlook for Google’s new project. […]
  • Fourth Grader Thwarts Carjacking In Texas

    Youngster hailed as a hero after calling for help   |  By: AOL Autos Staff 0  Last week a 9-year-old boy in Houston, Texas, saved himself and several other kids from a car-jacking criminal by calling 911. Alex Veasley, 9, was on his way home in an after-school shuttle with five other children, News 4 reported. The driver left […]