Learning how to drive smart and safe is important for all drivers. There are thousands of accidents caused every year by unsafe, careless or simply untrained drivers. This is especially true for young drivers who lack experience on the roads. So, it’s always never a bad idea to enrol in driver’s education or defensive driving courses or a in a traffic school. There are 3 major types of courses, in-class, online and on-the-road, although some course contain more than one of those aspects. It’s important to find a course that fits your needs so the first thing to do is review the appropriate article listed below. These articles will give you an idea of what sort of driver training is required by the state, what sort of courses are offered and will give you advice on what to do next.
This page provides a list of on-site driving schools available in Tennessee as well as information about available online driving school alternatives.
DMV.com offers Tennessee specific DMV practice permit tests that help you prepare for your permit exam. We provide questions just like the tn DMV and a number of practice test options.
Download the TN driving manual free with driving rules and info needed for the DoR written test
Resources for TN traffic schools that help you learn effective driving techniques to make you a safer driver.
Article discussing drivers ed in TN. When driver education courses are mandatory, benefits and costs, who offers classes, etc.
Information on driving schools in TN is listed below. The standard information of phone number, school name, address and city should be available for all driving schools. Extra information, such as hours of operation, might be available for some schools and you can access it by looking for the school you want on the list below and clicking on the name.