Helping Young Drivers In Lawton, OK For Over 25 Years
Max Plunk is the owner of Master Driving School as well as an instructor. He is a certified driving instructor and is dedicated to teaching students the proper techniques when operating a motor vehicle. Master Driving School has been in business for over 25 years helping young drivers to stay safe when driving a vehicle. Max's passion for education extends beyond Master Driving School, he is also a proud faculty member of Lawton Public Schools.
Master Driving School will provide a course of study to develop the knowledge of the laws and provisions of the Oklahoma Vehicle Code and other related laws to the legal operation of a motor vehicle. Master Driving will provide exemplary classroom and behind-the-wheel instruction for a Class D license.
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No, but you do have to be at least 15 years old.
You do not need a permit to drive with Master Driving School. We are able to drive students starting at the age of 15. However, you must have permit to drive with someone at home. We recommend everyone get a permit at 15 1/2.
No, you only have to finish the 2 days of class. Driving will be scheduled at the students and instructors convenience. We usually start with the oldest student in the class and work to the youngest.
After you complete the classroom time, the driving instruction is done in 2 or 3 days. You may be partnered with a friend or another driver for observation time. One on one instruction is available, but more fun and learning is enforced with observation time. This is scheduled at your convenience.
We use a Honda Accord model. Our car is equipped with automatic transmissions, dual brake systems, additional rear view mirrors on the instructor's side, and Student Driver signs to warn the public (just kidding...).
Yes, we have over 2 instructors with many years of combined experience. Our instructors are teachers and administrators in local public schools. All of our employees receive background checks as well as continued service training to keep up with the ever-changing world of driving.
Most companies do honor driver's education programs if they are state certified. Please check with your insurance company for verification. Also check with your insurance company and ask them if they have a new driver program for additional discounts.