|Adult Driving Programs Available
(including both Behind the Wheel and classroom)
|8- Hour Safe Driving Practices Program
(as required by the state of Connecticut for all drivers, including those
over the age of 18)
|GreenLight Driving School
1059 South Main Street
Cheshire, CT 06410
|One on One Driving Sessions
It is very important to note that GreenLight Driving School does not allow
any other students in the car while instruction is being given, Not every
student learns at the same pace so many driving courses are designed
around the students abilities. Some remain on easier courses to begin,
while others have more challenging. By the end, students almost always
end up on the highway their last session.
Please note the revised February and March
Calendars(again) Looks like its finally winter
On Site Testing Information:
The next on site test date is March 25th at 8:00. Please contact the
office at 203-250-8406 or via email at email@example.com
for additional information.
The February and March calendar are posted and revised. Classes
should remain in numerical order, even if we skip a class due to snow.
Please note that all cancellations will be posted on WTNH, and on NBC
How easy is it to start classes at Greenlight:
Students can start simply by bringing in the signed registration forms
found to the left of this information box and a check for the deposit and
they are all set. Classes run every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
and can be attended one, two or all 3 nights a week, depending on a
students schedule. If you miss a class, no worries, classes
constantly repeat and can be completed right here at our Cheshire
location instead of having to travel across the state for make ups.
When classes are completed students will have the option of taking
their road test right here at our location in Cheshire or at a local
DMV. It's that easy!!
Gift Certificates are available . Call 203-250-8406 for details. Payment
options also available for gift certificates.
DMV has announced that parents will now be able to schedule Road Test appointments online.
Please visit the DMV website for the link.
Please regularly check our Facebook for updates, articles and helpful links.
The current wait times for teens to test for their learners permits is about 1-2 months.
Please know that students do not need to have a permit in order to begin taking the classes, they
simply need to be 16. I would strongly urge anyone who will be turning 16 to schedule their permit
tests as soon as possible. You can follow the link below to schedule your test. Book it online.
Classes run every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 6-8 pm. Classes do not
need to be attended in order and students may jump in and jump out as needed. Students
enrolled in the full program must attend 15 classes in addition to the 8 hours of on road driving.
Students are not allowed to repeat classes. New students for the full program may just enroll on
their first night of class. Those students who are attending just the 8 hour safe driving program
must register ahead of time. Space is limited and is given to those students enrolled in the full
Please note that during the day, I am usually not in the office. Not only do I drive with teenagers
but also adults and often times am on the road. All of the office calls are forwarded to my cell
phone, so please leave a message and I will get back to you as soon as possible. Also, please
free to drop me a text at 203-506-3303.
Often I can drop a quick text back before I have time to return a call.
8 Hour Safe Driving Program
All students attending the 8 hour safe driving practices program must pre-register for the course in
advance. No walk ins will be allowed for the 8 hour program. Should you have any questions,
please feel free to contact the school at 203-250-8406 or via email at
firstname.lastname@example.org. You can find the link to the email address on our contact page
.Please note that a student enrolled in the full program is given priority seating at the parent teen
classes. Just a reminder that only one parent and the teen need to attend class. The teen must
be present at the class. Also, class 16(The parent/teen class) does not replace class 15. This is
still part of the drug & alcohol session. All students must attend lesson 15. Individuals over the
age of 18 who have never held a drivers license are now required to take the 8 hour safe driving
program and obtain and adult learners permit. While not required by the state, it is encouraged
that all adults take atleast 1-2 hours of on road training. The person must be under the instruction
of a commercial driving school instructor, secondary school instructor or a person 20 years of age
or older who has held a license, which has not been suspended, for four or more consecutive
years prior to training.
|Flexible rotating class schedule
|Convenient Evening Classes
Classes are held 3 evenings a week for added convenience
|Why Choose GreenLight Driving
|Greenlight offers classes that work around your schedule, not the
other way around. Classes are held in the evenings after sports,
music programs and most teen jobs. Classes do not need to be
attended in order, and students may attend classes as little as once
a week or as often as 3 times a week. Each student simply needs to
complete 15 lesson numbers. Any order, any time.