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Corona Driving School

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For superior driving instruction, CSI is an excellent choice. Our professional instructors always pay close attention to your requirements and listen carefully to your requests. We offer both in-person and online education. Reach out to us today to learn more about our online classes.

The state of California requires a teenage student (15 to 18) to have 30 hours of Driver Education (classroom training) or Online equivalent.

Students will attend classes for four days or two consecutive weekends from 8:00am until 3:30pm. During this time students will learn the laws and rules of the road, street signs and safe driving practices.

After completing the classroom training, they will receive their certificate which is required by the DMV to take their written test and receive their permit. The instructional permit is required when driving on California streets, highways or parking lots.

Corona Driving School is not your average Driving School we teach a defensive driving course that goes over information that deals with freeway driving, how to maintain your vehicle, how to pay your traffic tickets, and  also where we have 100% pass rate in regards to the written exam testing.

Our class comes second to none we have a very excellent class, excellent facility, and excellent instructor you should come to Corona Driving School simply because we are the best we’ve been teaching and putting drivers on the road since 1989.

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We love what we do and we will work with you until you get it, we make sure and we take pride in putting good drivers behind the wheel on the road especially in California where it’s seems to be a car driving lifestyle.  Because of the or the geographic layout of Los Angeles and the surrounding areas, there is a lot of space between businesses and schools and homes with that being said you have to learn how to drive, public transportation is not going to be able to give you the luxury you need to get to where you have to get on time with that being said Corona driving school is here to help you

How to apply for a provisional permit if you are under 18

    To apply for a provisional permit, you will need the following:

  • Be at least 15 ½, but under 18 years of age.
  • Make an appointment before visiting a DMV office (walk-ins are only accepted at our Driver License Processing Centers).
  • Complete a Driver License or Identification Card Application form (DL 44). An original DL 44 form must be submitted. Copies will not be accepted.
  • Have your parents’ or guardians’ signatures on the application form DL 44.
  • Provide your social security number. It will be verified with the Social Security Administration while you are in the office.
  • Verify your birth date and legal presence (you may use your California driver license). If your current name no longer matches the name on your BP/LP document, see
  • “True Full Name” and “How to Change Your Name” for more information.
  • Present your acceptable residency documents if you have never had a California driver license or California identification card.
  • Submit the proper form(s) for driver education and/or driver training classes (See below for details.)
    Give a fingerprint.
  • Pay the application fee. (This fee entitles you to three tests of any type within the 12-month period and pays for both the instruction permit and the driver license.
  • If all requirements are not met within the 12-month period, the application becomes void and all steps must be completed again.)
  • Pass a vision exam.
  • Give your fingerprint again, provide your signature (that will appear on the driver license), and have your picture taken.
  • Pass a knowledge test. There are 46 questions on the test. A passing score is at least 38 correct answers. You have three chances to pass the test. If you fail, you must wait 7 days before taking it again.

Note: To allow you sufficient time for testing, DMV will not be administering knowledge tests after 4:30 p.m.