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  • 30th May 2017Teen Summer Classes 2017!

    Teen summers classes fill quickly. Please enroll online for the teen summer classes. If you have questions, please contact the office; 901-755-6777.
  • 7th May 2017Parents meeting

    This meeting will give you the opportunity to ask questions and meet the instructor. The meeting is very beneficial in understanding the students licensing process. The meeting usually lasts two hours. Teens are not required to attend the meeting. Sunday May 07th at 2:30 p.m. FOR THE STUDENTS ATTENDING MAY 30th - June 5th CLASSES. Sunday May 21st at 2:30 p.m. FOR THE STUDENTS ATTENDING JUNE 12th, 19th CLASSES. Sunday June 11th at 2:30 p.m. FOR THE STUDENTS ATTENDING CLASSES JUNE 26th, JULY 5th, & 10th CLASSES. Sunday July 9th at 2:30 p.m. FOR THE STUDENTS ATTENDING JULY 17th, 24th, & 31st CLASSES.
  • Coming Late Summer/Early FallNew Adult Classes!

    Coming Late Summer/Early Fall
  • 30th May 2017Funeral Home Visit

    All summer classes will meet for the Funeral Home Class on the first day of class at the funeral home at 3:30 p.m. We will start class at the Agricenter at 8:00 a.m.

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Our Mission

At the Maxwell Driving School we provide a structured environment in which to promote the education and improvement of driving skills in a safe and controlled environment. Our school strives to teach each student basic or advanced car control techniques, so that they can:

• Improve their driving abilities.

• Better understand the handling and dynamics of their vehicle in a real world environment.

• Become better, safer drivers.

We are the only driving school in West Tennessee that provides private, one-on-one driving instruction in our dual control fully equipped driver training vehicles. This provides steering, gas and brake for both the instructor and client. This gives us full control of the vehicle providing unparalleled safety which minimizes distractions and allows hands-on training with an emphasis on driver safety.

BLUES CITY ANIMAL RESCUE

WE SUPPORT BLUES CITY ANIMAL RESCUE

The driving school supports the great work at Blues City Animal Rescue by contributing $10 for every student that pays for a road test.

Blues City Rescue is a not-for-profit rescue program whose primary purpose is helping homeless, abandoned, and abused pets find their happy fur-ever homes. We do this by transporting these deserving animals out of the rural south to the Midwest and Northeast into the loving arms of their adopters.

Please join us, and learn more by visiting their website at Blues City Animal Rescue.

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