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

Rely less on gasoline — Cost-efficient steps…

Combine errands: Instead of making a trip in the car each day of the week, plan ahead so that you drive only two or three days a week. Also: Share rides with friends. Bonus: Planning errands with friends gives you more opportunities to socialize. Park in the first vacant spot you see: You’ll save gasoline […]

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Latest News

  • The Complete IIHS Safest Used Vehicles for Teens List

    The Good, Better, Best. by Paul A. Eisenstein on Jul.16, 2014 Highway crashes are the single biggest cause of death among those between the ages of 14 and 18 in the U.S. And that’s led the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety to issue its first-ever list of the safest used vehicles for young motorists. The list puts […]
  • Car Shopping For A Teen? Here’s What You Need To Know

    Many used cars don’t contain criticial safety features that could keep kids safer Posted: Jul 16, 2014   |  By: Pete Bigelow | AOL Autos 0 Comments Teen drivers are the most vulnerable motorists on the road. They take unnecessary risks. They’re inexperienced. They’re more likely to sit behind the wheel of used cars that don’t contain the […]
  • Are you guilty of these bad driving habits?

    MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA editors compiled a list of the most annoying driving habits. Are you guilty of any of these? Matt Schmitz, 4:52 p.m. EDT July 18, 2014 Driving would be awesome — if it weren’t for all the other drivers, am I right? For example: Traffic on a major thoroughfare is heavy and moving slowly; only […]
  • Rolling Coal: America’s Political Divide Reaches The Roads

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    Dirty trucks a form of political protest Posted: Jul 10, 2014   |  By: Pete Bigelow | AOL Autos Rolling coal fan on YouTube (YouTube) Jason Mendelson was driving his Toyota Prius in the right lane of Interstate 64 near Richmond, Virginia, when a white pickup truck with two protruding smokestacks cut into the lane ahead.After a few moments, the pickup spewed a torrent […]

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  • Google’s New Car Is Tiny, Cuddly, and Could Change Transportation Forever

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    Will Oremus, Slate Image courtesy of Google Google’s new car has no steering wheel, no gas pedal, no brakes—and no human driver. Until now, self-driving cars have just been regular cars with an autopilot mode. They have steering wheels, gas pedals, brakes, and human drivers ready to take over at a moment’s notice. Google just […]
  • Virginia Grandriver – A wonderful resource for elderly drivers

    Senior Drivers For many, getting a driver’s license was the first mile marker to becoming an adult. Recognizing the changes that accompany aging can help you maintain independence and keep you safe on the road. Driver Safety Tips Minimize your road risks with a few useful tips. Recognizing the Signs Learn about recognizing when your […]
  • Ready, Set, RV!

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    For nearly 9 million couples and families across the United States, summer vacation means piling the kids, the bikes and even the family pet into the camper and hitting the road. And, with an abundance of places to stay, the opportunity to save and the ability to travel together, it’s easy to see why the […]
  • Pedestrian Safety Design

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    By Scott Burgess Safety changes help shape future vehicles For decades, engineers have worked diligently to make people safer inside their vehicles. But more recently, safety engineers and designers have begun to make people safer outside of vehicles in the event of a collision. Pedestrian safety design hopes to curb the more than 4,000 people […]
  • Are you Road-Trip Ready?

    Don’t let car trouble spoil your travels this summer. You what to do if you encounter a problem-or better yet, prevent it from happening before you leave. TIRE BLOWOUT Long driver in the summer are tough on tires. Road debris, improper inflation and worn tread all can contribute to a blowout. What to do: If […]