Novice Driver's Ed. Package
New Member Driving School Package
The New Member Driving School Package1 includes 6 hours of classroom instruction, the Online How to Drive Course & 10 Hours of Behind the Wheel lessons. Plus, it includes one Classic AAA Membership good for 1 year for the parent or guardian. This package includes a savings of $20 when compared to purchasing a driving school package and membership separately. You will receive a confirmation email with your membership number and a temporary membership card within 10 days.
When your teen graduates from the 6 hours of classroom, and Online How to Drive Course with the 10 Hours Behind the Wheel Lessons, you will receive a free dependent associate membership for 1 year for your teen.2
Driver Evaluation Audit
Driver Improvement Class
Private Driving Lesson
Students may begin scheduling driving lessons after completion of the second in-person class. This is a state requirement: there are no exceptions.
Students must have an active portal and must be signed into the portal to schedule driving lessons. Students may have up to two driving lessons scheduled at any given time. Once a student has signed up for a Driver Ed session, instructions will be emailed on how to successfully sign up for a student portal.
The coursework for each session is scheduled over a four-week period, with driving lessons extending after that. The complete driver education course includes 6-hours of classroom, successfully completing the AAA How to Drive Online course and pass the final in-person exam. Students must also complete 10-hours behind-the-wheel instruction.
Yes, You must complete the online course prior to taking your scheduled in-person final exam.
If you need to cancel your space in the class, you must provide at least 10 business days' notice prior to the scheduled orientation or your deposit/balance will be forfeited.
If a student needs to cancel, and reschedule a driving lesson, the student may do so through the Student Portal. Driving lessons must be cancelled at least 24 business hours prior to the driving lesson, otherwise a $50.00 fee may be incurred. The fee must be paid before the next driving lesson, or the next driving lesson may be cancelled..
Research shows that the best learning experience is when behind-the-wheel training is integrated with the classroom/online learning. You should aim to schedule 2-hours of behind=-the-wheel training a week. Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles requires that a student must resume training within six months if lesson have been paused.
Full payment is required to be received by the school no later than 10 business days prior to the Parent/Student Orientation date for that session.
1 The AAA Driving School is a member only benefit. You must be an active AAA member or purchase a New Member package to participate.
With this offer, you pay $53 ($20 admission fee waived) for a one-year membership at the Classic level of benefits. All applications and renewals are subject to approval and acceptance by AAA. Membership eligibility, dues, fees, benefits, and services subject to change without notice. Offer valid on new membership only; not valid on renewals. 1 membership per individual. Offer subject to change or expire without notice.
2 Free 1-year associate membership cannot be combined with any other discount or coupon. Available to graduates of full driving programs (6 hours of classroom and online education with 10-hour in-car driving instruction). Each associate member must be of driving age and reside in your household. Limit 6 associates per membership. AAA reserves the right to require proof of residency. Associate memberships must be the same level as the primary membership. 1 membership per individual. Applications subject to approval and acceptance by AAA.
Every membership year, you and all the other members of your family who join are allowed up to four (4) free calls for Roadside Assistance each. After that, a service charge applies. Free towing up to five (5) miles from point of breakdown or unlimited miles back to the service facility providing the service. Service is generally provided by independent service providers and is limited to the U.S. and Canada. Certain conditions and limitations apply.
See the member guide for details.