Affordable Stop & Go Driving School
Driving School in Tucson, AZ
We're proud to provide our WORLD CLASS services to the Phoenix/Maricopa County area. We specialize in Traffic Survival School (TSS) Driver's Education and In-Car Training/Behind the Wheel Certifications with MVD endorsement. Defensive Driving and Corporate & Fleet Service Courses coming soon.
read moreWith more than 70,000 students since 1997, Stop and Go Driving School has been putting safe drivers on Arizona roads for over 20 years. Today, we are the largest driving school in the state. That means we have more instructors, more cars, more locations and more class times than any other school in the Valley. And while we're all about convenience and making Driver's Education easy for our students, we believe there is nothing more important than their safety. At Stop and Go Driving School, we understand that everyone learns at a different pace.
Defensive Driving School
read moreDefensive Driving is a four-hour class that teaches students Arizona driving laws, how to drive defensively and safely, as well as how to survive the driving mistakes of others. Available in class or online, the Defensive Driving class can be taken instead of paying a ticket and to avoid accumulating points on your record for eligible violations. Attend as a volunteer for a refresher course or to reduce insurance rates. We have convenient locations throughout the Phoenix Metro area. One of the biggest mistakes that people make when driving is underestimating other drivers on the road.
read moreFrom beginner courses to refresher courses and everything in between, we offer both in-class and in-car instruction to help you be the most informed, safe and defensive driver you can be, and most importantly, licensed! Our classroom courses are 4-8 hours, depending on the course you choose. We make them short so you can build on your knowledge in smaller blocks, over longer periods of time. And, we have convenient locations throughout the Phoenix Metro area. Just because you have your permit doesn't mean you can't take a class.