How to choose a driving school for your teen
The following is sponsored content from The Tyler Simpson Allstate Agency.
In South Carolina, drivers are required to complete six-hours of monitored driving at a driving school.
“When you’re picking out a driving school, you want to find one with a lot of experience teaching drivers. And you want to spread those lessons out. So, a lot of people do it all at once, and ideally, you have six months to learn. You have your beginner permit for six months. You want to do a couple of hours when you first get your learner’s permit then a couple of hours kind of in the middle, and right before you take your driving test, ideally you want to do the last two hours to fix any bad habits you have picked up,” Tyler Simpson explained.
After completing the course, Allstate rewards drivers with additional discounts.
“We give you a 10% discount [for completing the course],” Simpson said. “We do a separate discount called ‘Teen Smart,’ and that saves you another 10% on top of what you’re already saving with the driving and good grades discount with Allstate.”
“Give us a call 864-289-9802. We’ll be glad to point you in the right direction of a good driving school that can teach that young driver about all of the bad habits they’ve picked up and maybe avoid an accident down the road,” Simpson said.
For more information, visit The Tyler Simpson Allstate Agency website.