Tucson Driving Schools
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Tucson Driving School
AUTHORIZED AZ MVD PROVIDER
I began as a behind the wheel driving trainer in 1981 at Catalina High School and continued providing instruction on an off and on basis at Baboquivari and Sabino High Schools until 2006 when I retired from the classroom.
I discovered that in-car training was fun and rewarding because the students are motivated and excited about gaining their license.
Sonoran Driving School opened in November 2006. Since then I have trained hundreds of students.
Thank you for considering Sonoran Driving School.
Students will receive an insurance certificate after they have completed 3 or more hours of instruction.
Present the certificate to your insurance company and it may qualify you for an insurance rate reduction.
Many insurance companies also require that the driver complete an approved Defensive Driving Course prior to a
rate reduction. Check with your insurance company.
Usual start/finish times:
Start at 8 or 9 AM and Finish at 11:30 AM or 12 PM
Start at 12 or 12:30 PM and Finish at 3
Session length varies depending on the package selected. The 15, 12, and 10 hours are divided into two and one half hours sessions. The 6 and 3 hours are three hour sessions.
Scheduling is flexible and can be arranged by phone or online via the schedule online page using the schedule2drive website. Payment can be made by phone or at the time of pick up. The following forms of payment are accepted:
Debit Card-Personal Check-Cash
The online registration feature is active and you can now register at this site.
TEACHING DRIVING SINCE 1981
Training Completion Certificate
Having a TCC means that you will not have to take an MVD toad test. In order for a student to obtain a TCC they must complete a minimum of 30 hours of classroom training and/or 10 hours of behind the wheeltraining and pass a school administered road skills evaluation with a score of 80% or higher.
Any person applying for an AZ driver license and is in possession of a TCC will not be required to take an MVD road test/written test. In stead, students whom have completed behind the wheel training at an Authorized Third Party may be interviewed by MVD personnel to gain an understanding of the applicant's experience and the quality of the training they received.
As always, AZ MVD reserves the right to test any applicant for a road test/written test.
The TCC is valid for one year from date of issue. The applicant should present the TCC to the MVD service clerk at the time of application for a driver license.