Classroom time is scheduled to follow MN Law which requires maximum three (3) hours per scheduled day plus break times, meaning each class will be 3 hours and 15 minutes to allow for three 5-minute breaks during which time students will be allowed to check their cell phones. (Breaks cannot be incorporated into the 3-hour classroom training time per law.)
The curriculum is based on MN Law in the AAA How to Drive – The Beginning Driver’s Manual. Students will be required to access the MN Driver’s Manual online to be sure we are always working with the most current information.
Forbes United Methodist Church
33 Grove Street
Proctor, MN 55810
What Our Clients Say:
I was worried my child would be one of 100’s taking the class and get lost in the shuffle. That thought was dismissed after hearing and seeing my child go through the class and driving portion. The instructor was very thorough and professional. My son would mention what I was doing wrong in my own driving after the class was done. LOL. Overall, it was good and I recommend Northern Lights Driver Education!
>> Christine B.
Before the class I was concerned about my son Lucas’s comfort in class and having rides for him to get to and from class. Having a small class helped him with his fear of strangers. He not only learned well, but he enjoyed going! Our experience was excellent! Lucas’s confidence behind-the-wheel was unmatched to that of his older siblings for whom Northern Lights DE wasn’t yet available. I would recommend NLDE to others!Kristi S.
I was apprehensive about zoom training, but once they began it was well put together and organized. My daughter was very nervous about town driving and after one lesson with Denise she was actually excited to drive in Duluth.Alishia G.
We thought the classroom portion was very detailed and the behind-the-wheel instruction was very thorough. We would recommend Northern Lights Driver Education to others.Anonymous