How To: Book A Drive Online

Posted by Dave Becker on Jun 3, 2016 3:15:00 PM

When you're learning to drive, practice is key (no pun intended). It's so important, in fact, the CT DMV requires that all new drivers, regardless of age, complete a minimum of 40 hours driving practice before they can get their license. Any time spent driving with a qualified trainer can count towards this requirement, even if it's just driving to the grocery store with a parent. One of the easiest and most productive ways to rack up hours is to take a private driving lesson with The Next Street, which can be purchased and booked online.

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Topics: Driving Lesson

Why The No Show Fee On Your Driving Lesson?

Posted by JIll Brown on May 31, 2016 1:05:02 PM

We HATE fees. Want to know why we have to charge them?

When a student books a Driving Lesson with one of our educators, that educator is now taken out of that open slot and their status has changed from “open” to “closed.” Once an educator is booked, we must pay them for that time spent on the lesson – no one likes to work for free of course! Should you cancel your lesson with less than 24 hours notice, it doesn’t give our Customer Happiness Center time to fill that slot with another student. So, what happens is, our educator has no student, but is still counting on getting paid for that lesson – hence the fee!

So please, if you need to cancel a Driving Lesson, give us at least 24 hours notice. This way we can give our educator a heads up, get that spot filled, and leave you free of fees. After all, we want you to leave with the best driver's ed experience possible!

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Topics: Driving Lesson, Driver's Ed

Must Know Driver's Ed Info

Posted by Christine Rodriguez on May 31, 2016 11:00:00 AM

Go Ahead. Learn Our Rules!

We understand that driver's ed is just one more thing on your running list of things to do. We get it! Keep these important policies and procedures in mind when signing up, and your entire experience will be easy and stress free. 

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Topics: New Driver, Driving Lesson, Driver's Ed, Learner's Permit

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Talk to your family and friends about safe driving habits, and if you're without a driver's license, consider choosing one of our programs. They are easy and stress free! 

Remember:

  • Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for U.S. teens
  • Car crashes are preventable
  • Discussing safe driving habits with family and friends will help spread awareness

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