Driving School

Shiloh Driving School
8614 Truelight Church Rd
Mint Hill, NC 28227

Shiloh Driving SchoolFAQ's

How do I know if Shiloh Driving School is licensed by North Carolina's DMV to offer driver training courses?
While we do include Shiloh Driving School's contact information in our driving school directory, we cannot say with certainty as to whether Shiloh Driving School is certified by the State of North Carolina.  We recommend that you either contact Shiloh Driving School directly or possibly the North Carolina DMV to find out if Shiloh Driving School is a certified driver training school.
Will the North Carolina DMV allow my parents to supervise my driving practice instead of requiring me to take a behind-the-wheel training course at a state-approved driving school?
Possibly.  Some states will allow your parents to supervise your driving practice as a substitute to taking a driver training course with a professional driving instructor.  You will need to contact the North Carolina DMV to find out if your driver training may be done by your parents in North Carolina.
Do I need to tell Shiloh Driving School that I need to train with an automatic-shift vehicle? I don't know how to drive a stick-shift vehicle.
Most new drivers don't know how to operate either a stick-shift OR and automatic-shift car!  We recommend that you ask Shiloh Driving School if you can complete your driver training using an automatic-shift automobile before you sign up to take their driver training course.
What happens to those of us who live in a remote area? Will Shiloh Driving School include instruction on how to drive on dirt roads, mountain roads, and other rugged?
If you live in a remote location, there is a high probability that a local driver training school like Shiloh Driving School will either want--or even be required--to tailor their instruction towards driving safely in your particular area.
After I turn 14, will I be eligible to get my learner's permit so I can begin to learn how to drive?
It depends on which state you live in, however most states unfortunately require you to be at least 15 (or sometimes 15 1/2) before you can be issued a instruction permit.  We suggest that you contact a local driver training school such as Shiloh Driving School or the North Carolina DMV office to learn more about the minimum age requirement for driving in North Carolina.
Can I take Shiloh Driving School's driver training course before taking a Mint Hill North Carolina drivers education classroom course or online course?
It depends on what North Carolina's laws prescribe.  However, you should know that most states will require teen-aged, first-time drivers to complete both a defensive driving classroom course (which are approximately 30 hours in length, depending on North Carolina's laws) or an approved online course, plus a state-approved driver training course.  We recommend that you contact Shiloh Driving School directly to see if they offer either (or both) of these courses.
I'm required to take a behind-the-wheel training course in Mint Hill North Carolina. Do you know if Shiloh Driving School offers defensive driving classes in Mint Hill North Carolina?
Yes, Shiloh Driving School does offer behind-the-wheel training courses in Mint Hill North Carolina.  For more information about their class schedule and how/when to sign up for one of their defensive driving courses, please contact Shiloh Driving School directly.
What type of driver ed do I need before North Carolina will give me a driver's license?
Each state has its own requirements concerning drivers education, although you should know that most states now mandate all new, young drivers to sign up to take a drivers education classroom or online course as well as a behind-the-wheel training course.  Shiloh Driving School may be able to help you meet the driver training requirement in North Carolina.  Please contact either Shiloh Driving School or the North Carolina DMV for more information.
Is hands-on driver training required in North Carolina in order to be licensed to drive a car?
Absolutely.  All new drivers in North Carolina must enroll in an approved behind-the-wheel training course before they can get a license to independently drive a motor vehicle.
Can I sign up to take a North Carolina-certified behind-the-wheel training course even if I don't have my North Carolina learners permit yet?
Most likely, no.  Most states have laws that mandate a pre-licensed driver to have obtained a North Carolina instruction permit before registering in a North Carolina behind-the-wheel training course.  It would be best for you to contact a driving school such as Shiloh Driving School and ask for more information.

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