Branch of driver’s education school opens here

A new branch of Defensive Driving School has opened at 3045 78th Ave. S.E. next door to Cascade Frames. The driver’s education business based in Seattle offers classes in cities in Northwest Washington state from Kent to Woodinville to Everett.

A new branch of Defensive Driving School has opened at 3045 78th Ave. S.E. next door to Cascade Frames. The driver’s education business based in Seattle offers classes in cities in Northwest Washington state from Kent to Woodinville to Everett.

Classes for both teens and adults, ranging in price depending on the type of instruction, are set to begin at the Mercer Island location on April 26.

A basic teen class to fulfill driver’s education requirements for a Washington state license begins at $500 and includes 30 hours of classroom instruction and six hours of driving with basics in defensive driving.

Instructions for adults include a package of five hours of driving instruction beginning at $300. Other options include a session with a mock license exam.

For more information, go to www.driving-school.com.

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