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Driving in New Jersey requires skill, knowledge, and behind the wheel training.

Learning to drive will be one of the most important choices you'll make in your lifetime, who you decide to teach you, will be another! Premium lessons shouldn't cost a small fortune either, while our service is paralleled by none, our affordable rates are strongly competitive in all areas we service. Whether it's a learner's permit, adult driving lessons, classroom instruction, or road test services, Road Rules Driving School is pleased to offer first rate driving instruction at economical prices. On the pages of our web site, you will find a synopsis of our various programs. We will consult with you to define a training program to meet your family’s specific objectives, and will assist you in determining the most appropriate training strategy. Find out why we are quickly becoming one of the most elite driving schools in the country.

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Our driving programs are designed to meet the needs of various drivers, from the novice driver to the expert driver.

From the senior driver to a teen with a learning difficulty or other special needs. Road Rules provides a more effective approach toward automobile safety by increasing the performance level of drivers of all ages and vehicle uses. This is done by increasing the awareness, skills, and overall personal confidence of each client; by developing more appropriate attitudes and mentalities towards driving; and by establishing a higher level of pure driving enjoyment. But before you begin to drive, remember that driving is a privilege, not a right, and that you should learn how to be a responsible driver before you put your keys in the ignition.


You only choose a driving school once. It is a very important choice because you are exposing you or your child to New Jersey's treacherous roads. This is one of those times when you as a parent are placing your child in someone else's care. When it comes to deciding whether or not to enroll in Road Rules Driving School you must weigh the options. We go to great lengths to ensure that we are the best option available for you and your child by choosing the best Instructors and provide them with extensive training. We put them in superior vehicles that are unparalleled in the industry. At Road Rules Driving School we understand the gravity of choosing where to send your child for their driving education. We understand that there are many factors that need to be considered and that each family has a unique set of circumstances. Over the years we often hear the same two questions: "How much do you charge?" and "How soon can we start?" While these are relevant questions, they should NOT be the only two that are asked before committing your child to a program. Training your child for much more than passing their test and instilling in them the sense of responsibility that comes with driving is what we aim to accomplish with each student.

keeping your child safe

As keeping your child safe and teaching them to keep themselves safe is our focus, it is reasonable to assume that students graduating from our schools would leave "safe" drivers. We strive to break bad habits, keep new ones from forming, enlighten teens as to how quickly things can go wrong behind the wheel, what to do in those emergency situations as well as the dangers of driving impaired. While we have had great success and our proud of our alumni, the job of keeping your teen safe on the road is not done after they graduate. You cannot choose to drive safely if you have not been taught how to, but it's still a choice each teen has to make for themselves.

We our adept at helping teens take that next big mature step required for handling the stress and challenges of driving an automobile.

Teen drivers are, by default though, inexperienced and more likely to partake in risky driving behaviors. We at Road Rules Driving School recommend upon graduation that parents drive a minimum of 100 hours with their children. These hours should not be used just to determine the teen’s readiness to pass the driver's test, but they should be used to assess the techniques, good driving habits and regularity of safe practices. The parents should also be observant of the teen’s emotional and mature readiness to start driving without the guidance of an adult in the vehicle.

Professional instructors provide comprehensive training that addresses the common mistakes made by new drivers.

Our school's patient and professional way of teaching is crucial to the new student. We have a unique way of identifying each student's difficulties and customizing specific exercises to get you driving your absolute best. A structured classroom and behind the wheel instruction are the essential first steps in preparing new drivers. The cognitive skills required for driving are strongly interlaced with fine motor skills. Driving requires: co-ordination, analysis of the street and highway environment, good shape perception, visual-spatial awareness & analysis, visual and selective attention skills, awareness and monitoring of the traffic patterns and situations, & executive functions. Road Rules Driving School will provide education and supervised instruction on the fundamental skills of driving, and much more.

Driver education is important to laying the foundation for your teen to become a safe driver.

You, as a parent, may be an exceptional driver, but not the best teacher for your child. Parental involvement in driver education is crucial. The six hours of behind the wheel instruction a new driver receives falls short of the amount of time actually needed to learn to drive on today's roads and highways. Parents must form a partnership with the driver training instructor to build upon the foundation provided in a six-hour program. Practice driving remains an important part of learning to drive. It is recommended that parents practice with their child soon after professional training lessons to reinforce what was taught and to be prepared for the next lesson.

Will I pass the driving exam for my license on my first attempt?

One of the obvious benefits of most driver education courses is the increased likelihood that your teen will pass the driver's test on their first attempt. In fact, most schools advertise this as their primary focus and the main reason for taking a driver's education program. Road Rules Driving School does not differ in the sense that we do thoroughly prepare each student for their eventual driver's test. What sets us apart is where we set the primary focus of your child's education. In order to obtain your license you must pass a driving skill test. Although the test is thorough, it cannot possibly scratch the surface of what your child will face behind the wheel of a car in just their teen years alone.

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Category A

A Class M driver’s license authorizes the holder to operate a motorcycle or moped. Special licensing and training is required for three-wheel motorcycles. A restricted Class M license will be issued upon completion of a required driver training course.

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Category B

A Class B driver’s license authorizes the holder to operate a vehicle with a GVWR of more than 26,000 lbs. or a bus with a seating capacity of 24 passengers or more. The vehicle may tow a trailer with a GVWR of not more than 10,000 lbs. or a farm trailer of not more than 20,000 lbs.

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Category C

A Class C driver’s license authorizes the holder to operate a vehicle or combination of vehicles with a GVWR not in excess of 26,000 lbs., a bus with a seating capacity of 23 passengers or less, and tow a farm trailer with a GVWR of not more than 20,000 lbs.


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Our Cars

One of the key elements that separate Road Rules from all other driving schools is our vehicles. We do not take the decision of what car to use lightly. We have done our research and test driven many vehicles. We do not take price into account when making or selection because we feel that Safety is a far greater concern. If we don't feel safe in the vehicle then we wouldn't consider putting your child in it. After careful consideration Road Rules Driving School has chosen to use specific vehicles for all our behind the wheel instruction. Aside from the additions that we make to the cars, they have outstanding safety features of its own, including seven air bags: an advanced airbag system for the driver and front-passenger, front and rear side curtain airbags; front seat-mounted side airbags for the driver and front passenger; and a driver's-knee airbag. All of our cars are dealer maintained from the day they are purchased to the day they are retired. This assures that only quality parts and services are provided, guarantying the absolute safest vehicle for the instructors and the student. These added expenses for us adds up to the best quality available to you.
Once we have selected our vehicle we go to great lengths, far beyond what any other driving school will do, to make it the safest vehicle for learning. Our cars are superior to all other driving school cars. We have added our own Road Rules custom design dual-control system. Our outside design has used reflective material making driving at dawn more visible, and are the pioneer of this design and thought! All cars also have a dual mirror installed to give the instructors a view of behind the car so they can assist the student with lane changes and merging techniques. Our entire fleet is also equipped with cellular phones and Blue Tooth technology so that our office is able to communicate with both instructor and student. This also enables the instructor to notify you if a lesson is running late so you will not be panicked if your child is not home on time.