About Our Driving School
Today's Driving School has been providing superior driver education for teens 18 and younger since 2002. Our classroom and behind-the-wheel instruction meet all criteria required by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.
At Today's Driving School, we know that you are concerned about your children's safety when they become licensed teen drivers. We share your concern, that is why we employ only the most qualified instructors possible.
You must be 18 years of age or younger to attend driver's education with Today's Driving School.
Today's Driving School has developed a curriculum focused on providing your teen driver with all the skills necessary to become a safe driver. Your child will receive detailed instruction in a variety of formats proven to help students learn, no matter their learning style. Our instructors engage your teen through chapter review, worksheets, movies, discussion, and classroom activities.
Our daily lesson plans focus on specific portions of the Minnesota Driver's Manual helping your student learn the following:
- How to Get a License
- Vehicle Requirements
- Defensive Driving Skills
- Traffic Laws and Vehicle Operation
- Sharing the Road
- Rules of the Road
- Traffic Signs, Signals, and Pavement Markings
- Driving Conditions
- Your Driving Privileges
- Driving under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs
Parent Aware Class
Today's Driving School offers you an opportunity to attend a parent class that is designed to help you and your child get the most out of their driver's education. You will learn how the whole process works, what your responsibilities are, your options, and receive plenty of useful tips from our instructors.
A reward for attending the class is provided by the Department of Public Safety. Your student is required to log 50 hours of practice time, with 15 hours being night-time driving. Students, whose parents have attended this free class, only need to log 40 hours of supervised driving (15 must be at night).