Tennessee Department of Safety-Approved Driving Classes

Driver Training, Inc., Safety Cooperative Driver Testing Program (CDTP) certified, offers Tennessee DOS approved driving instruction in the classroom and behind-the-wheel, in addition to Driver Improvement 4 or 8 hour classes that meet the Court and DOS of Tennessee requirements. Being CDTP certified allows us to administer the knowledge test for a learner’s permit and the road skills test after completing the course for driver education. You can avoid the three month waiting list at the Department of Safety. In addition to avoiding long lines, completing our course will secure a $500.00 per year reduction on your car insurance. Driver Training Inc. is the only CDTP approved school within the Tricities.

CALL US AT (866) 981-5944 WITH ALL YOUR DRIVING QUESTIONS!

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WE ARE LOCATED AT:

KINGSPORT OFFICE

1113 NORTH EASTMAN ROAD, KINGSPORT, TENNESSEE 37664

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CORPORATE OFFICE

1061 OLD ABINGDON HIGHWAY, SUITE 3, JUST OFF I-81 EXIT 5 IN BRISTOL, VA/TN.
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OTHER LOCATIONS:

DRIVER TRAINING INC., BRISTOL, VA/TN

EAST TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY, JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE

UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL, ETSU CAMPUS, JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE


 

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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

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One Unexpected Benefit of Extended Warranties

Some warranty plans are transferable when a policy holder sells the car to a private party ultimately increasing its value to potential buyers. The longer we keep our cars, the more they need repairs. Those costs, as with most everything, rise over time. The average car on the road today is 11 years old.

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