Brunswick Driving SchoolFAQ's
Since Brunswick Driving School is listed on your website, does this mean they've been approved by the North Carolina DMV to offer behind-the-wheel training courses?
The list of driving schools on our webpage is provided as a convenience to our customers only. We CANNOT guarantee that every single school listed is fully-certified by the North Carolina DMV. You may want to call Brunswick Driving School directly to find out if they offer a state-certified behind-the-wheel training course.
Is it true that my mom or dad can be my driving instructor when I do my driver training instead of a professional driving school instructor like the ones they have at Brunswick Driving School?
It depends on what your state's laws are. You should contact the North Carolina DMV or a licensed driver training school like Brunswick Driving School to find out if North Carolina allows driver training with a parent.
I have no clue how to drive a stick-shift vehicle. What happens if Brunswick Driving School makes me train on a manual-shift vehicle?
Considering the fact you are a brand new driver, you probably don't know much about operating ANY type of vehicle....stick OR automatic! If you prefer to do your behind-the-wheel training with an automatic-shift vehicle, you may want to call Brunswick Driving School and let them know before you enroll in their driver training course. That way you'll know for certain whether Brunswick Driving School can accommodate you before you pay them any money.
Since I live way out in a rural area where driving on unpaved roads and rugged terrain is the norm, will Brunswick Driving School be able to teach me how to drive in a rural environment? Or do they only prepare you for city-driving?
Since you live in a remote location, odds are that any local driving school in your area such as Brunswick Driving School will want you to be able to drive safely on unpaved roads and bumpy terrain. We recommend that you contact Brunswick Driving School directly to find out exactly what they offer.
If I'm 14, can I get an instruction permit to drive in North Carolina?
Possibly. However, you should be aware that most states require you to be at least 15½ years old before you can get a learner's permit. We recommend that you contact the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or a certified driving school such as Brunswick Driving School to find out exactly what the minimum age requirement is in North Carolina.
Will I be required to complete both a drivers education classroom or online course and a driver training course in Supply North Carolina?
It depends on which state you live in, but many states now mandate new teen-aged drivers to sign up for both a drivers education course as well as a behind-the-wheel training course.
I am looking to sign up to take a Supply North Carolina behind-the-wheel training course. Can Brunswick Driving School assist me with this?
Yes. Drivers education courses are available in Supply North Carolina through Brunswick Driving School. Please contact Brunswick Driving School directly with questions regarding their schedule of classes and registration information.
Exactly what type of driver education do I need in Supply North Carolina before I can get my North Carolina driver's license?
The prerequisites for getting a driver's licenses vary from state to state, however most states now require teen-agers who are looking to get their first driver's license to register for a drivers education classroom course as well as a behind-the-wheel training course. We suggest that you contact a local driver training company such as Brunswick Driving School and ask if they offer a North Carolina-approved driver training course which would satisfy North Carolina's driver's education requirements.
Is there a law in North Carolina that requires me to take driver training in order to get my driver's license?
Yes. State law in North Carolina mandates that all teen-agers take an approved driver training course before receiving a North Carolina driver's license.
Can I enroll in a North Carolina behind-the-wheel training course prior to having my North Carolina learners permit?
Most states require pre-licensed drivers to hold a instruction permit before being permitted to enroll in a behind-the-wheel training course. You should contact a driving school like Brunswick Driving School and ask for more information.