The State of Rhode Island requires that teens under the age of 18 attend a 33 hour classroom session provided by the Community College of Rhode Island (see “Resources” page for website information). Once they have completed the classroom session and obtained their Learner’s Permit from the Rhode Island Division of Motor Vehicles, they are encouraged to take driving lessons. Generally, as a rule, most insurance companies require at least six hours of formal behind the wheel training in order to obtain a discount from their insurance carrier.

Newport County Driving School will make sure the following areas are covered:

Insurance Certificate Available upon completion of the 6 Hours of Lessons

Only certified Rhode Island Driving School in Newport County

Flexible Hours & Door to Door Service

Division of Motor Vehicles Certified

Reasonable Rates and Services

Can save hundreds of dollars off insurance until age 21

Graduation, Holiday, Birthday Gift Certificates Available

Payment in Cash, Check, Credit Card and Payment Plan

Working with the soon-to-be-new-driver and their parents, Newport County Driving School Instructors will work closely to make sure the teen receives proper information and up to date driving techniques. Our courses are tailored for all student drivers individual driving needs (i.e., timid drivers, slower learners, older learners, etc.).

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