FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Lessons are 2 hours. That allows you time to learn and practice skills in various areas of Los Angeles.
At least 15.5 yrs of age.
Absolutely. Our instructors will provide a driving analysis to make sure that you are driving safely and within the law. They will also conduct a "mock drive test" so that you will know what to expect from the DMV examiner.
Anyone 15.5 yrs – 17.5 yrs of age must take (and pass) a driver education course in order to take the written permit test. Here's a helpful link to Primo's Online Driver Ed Course.
If your license is still valid (not expired), you need not take the DMV Road Test. If your license has expired, then you'll need to get a CA learner's permit first. It is a great idea to take some "brush up" lessons with one of our expert instructors.
New drivers under 18 yrs of age are on a provisional driver license for the 1st year (or until they reach 18 yrs of age). They may not drive anyone under 20 yrs of age at any time during the provisional period unless there is a licensed driver aged 25 or older in the vehicle. There are exception though. Read about them HERE.
Yes! We have helped many people learn to drive with ADD/ADHD along with people on the Autism Spectrum, Aspergers, Processing disorders, etc… If students are taking medication, then they must take their medication for their driving sessions.
Insurance policies and safety concerns require us to teach in vehicles which have been approved/inspected by the DMV as "instruction" vehicles. In other-words, all lessons must be taught in company-owned Primomobiles.
Yes! We offer a very popular DMV Drive Test Service which takes all the hassle and confusion out of the test.
Yes! As long as the observer is not a distraction (back-seat driver).
No. We strongly encourage learning to drive with an automatic transmission. Once you are a safe driver and have your license, then contact one of the few remaining stick-shift capable driving schools (Westwood Driving).