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Instructor: Christo Driving School
Littleton Parks, Recreation, and Community Education has developed a relationship with Christo Driving School to provide the highest quality instruction to the community.
Committed to the safety of our students
: At Christo Driving School, Inc., we have been focused on developing safe, responsible drivers for over 65 years. Our outstanding success record has made us the educator of choice in the metro-west area. Through our unmatched curriculum of classroom lectures and on-road training, we ensure our students possess the proper skills and abilities to make safe driving decisions and to continue to practice responsible driving habits through their driving careers.
Our instructors constantly challenge our students throughout their training with distractions, defensive situations, and common-sense conditioning, and they do so in a fun, encouraging environment that students enjoy and respond well to. We care about the way our students drive, and we're sure the drivers we put on the road are the safest, most reliable drivers they can be.
Simplifying the process
: We realize the demands driving schools put on the already hectic schedules of students and parents, so we make every effort to accommodate our customers through flexible class schedules as well as offering group driving lessons and private lessons in our fleet of current model pre-approved vehicles.
Requirements: Our foremost interest is driver safety. Driving the right way will save you thousands of dollars in insurance and will help you to avoid dangerous accidents and costly citations. A Driver's License is a privilege that must be earned and it can be taken away if used recklessly.
All certified driving schools in Massachusetts must follow the approved curriculum:
12 hours of behind-the -wheel driving
6 hours of observation (in the driving school vehicle with another student driving)
30 hours of classroom instruction
40 hours of driving under parental supervision. (Graduates of our "Christo's Kids"
program require only 30 hours of driving under parental supervision instead of 40.)
Requirements have changed and new rules can be confusing for both parents and students, but here are the most important items:
1. Teenagers are allowed to begin a Drivers' Education class at 15.9 years. A Learner's Permit is NOT required to begin class instruction.
2. At 16, a student may go to their nearest RMV and take both a Learner's Permit test and a vision test to obtain their Learner's Permit. The Learner's Permit test has 25 questions and students must get 18 questions correct to pass. The cost of the test is $30 and students must provide proof of identification and proof of their social security number.
3. While not necessary, we highly recommend students prepay for License ($85) at the same time they pay for Learner's Permit Test, or at least prior to taking their final Road Test. Our Road Tests are offered on Saturdays and if students have prepaid, they will be considered a licensed driver immediately after passing the test. Those who have not paid, will remain permitted drivers until the License Fee is pad at the RMV.
4. Students wishing to get Driver's License before the age of 18 must complete 30 hours of classroom instruction, 12 hours of behind-the-wheel driving, 6 hours of observation with an instructor, 40 hours of driving with parents (or a person who is 21 years of age who has a valid Massachusetts license for one year).
5.Students who attend "Christo's Kids" Skid School program need only complete 30 hours of driving under parental supervision instead of 40.
6. A parent must attend a two-hour parent class at their child's driving school. This class is valid for that parent for a period of 5 years.
7. Students must have their learner's permit for a minimum of 184 days (about six months) before they can test for their license.
8. Final step: Take (and pass!) the road test.
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