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Free Driver’s Education Course Starts in September!

Free Driver’s Education Course Starts in September!

  • Course offered September 13, 2021
  • Open to anyone ages 16-24
  • Register online with Boys & Girls Clubs of North AL
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Students all over Madison County have experienced a delay in getting their driver’s license in light of the Covid-19 pandemic pausing school driver’s ed courses. But now, there is a solution! The Boys and Girls Clubs of North Alabama is hosting a free Driver’s Education course thanks to a local grant from the Community Foundation of Greater Huntsville.

Driver’s Education Course Details

Students ages 16-24 have access to certified driving instructors leading this special course. Those that complete six hours of instruction and pass the test will receive a discount on their car insurance.

Instruction starts September 13, 2021, so don’t delay getting signed up! Class time is on Tuesdays & Thursdays, with driving practice on Saturdays. If you don’t have one, a fully-insured car is available for hands-on driving practice with the instructors. This vehicle is also available to use for the Road Test.


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Where: Cavalry Teen Center, Huntsville (map)
Phone: 256-534-6060
Register: https://www.bgcnal.com/driving-academy
Ages: Open to anyone ages 16-24

For more information about Driving Academy please contact Brandie Robinson by phone at 256-534-6060 or email at brobinson@bgcnal.com.

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