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    Driving Instruction in Jamaica


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    Business Listing   A Road To Safety Driving School - Jamaica, NY - Phone: (718) 526-9469


    Business Listing   AA Automobile Club of Li Inc - Jamaica, NY - Phone: (718) 523-3600


    Business Listing   Arcel Driving School Inc - Jamaica, NY - Phone: (718) 297-3555


    Business Listing   Autoline Driving School- Inc - Jamaica, NY - Phone: (718) 479-3000


    Business Listing   Bianca Driving School - Jamaica, NY - Phone: (718) 262-9622


    Business Listing   D-Top Driving School - Jamaica, NY - Phone: (718) 658-6592


    Business Listing   Frederick's Driving School - Jamaica, NY - Phone: (718) 845-0670


    Business Listing   Good Luck Driving School - Jamaica, NY - Phone: (718) 526-6788


    Business Listing   Hillside Auto School - Jamaica, NY - Phone: (718) 297-0300


    Business Listing   Honda Driving School - Jamaica, NY - Phone: (718) 725-9784


    Business Listing   Horace Harding Auto Schools - Jamaica, NY - Phone: (718) 526-1400


    Business Listing   Knight Rider Drivers' Institute - Jamaica, NY - Phone: (718) 291-7998


    Business Listing   New Generation Auto School Inc - Jamaica, NY - Phone: (718) 261-2899


    Business Listing   RDSC - Jamaica, NY - Phone: (718) 206-1516


    Business Listing   Tito's Driving School & Insurance - Jamaica, NY - Phone: (718) 658-2111


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    Helpful Definition for: Driving Instruction


    Driving instruction classes in Jamaica insure standards by all means. Besides a high-school education, a driver's license, 60 hours of training and passing a written test, the standards set by driving agencies are: knowledge of traffic law and safe driving (computerized test); test of one's own ability to drive (to much higher standards than an ordinary driving test); a test of one's actual ability to instruct (with a test examiner role-playing as the student driver). Driving instructors are graded.

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