Friday December 15 , 2017

Albuquerque Driving School

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ABQ Indoor Karting


About Us


Learning to drive and need your permit? We can help! Albuquerque Driving School is the home of a fun, educational driving experience! Where else can you, Learn To Drive. Race for Free!

If you are getting ready to apply for your New Mexico state driver’s license, you’ve come to the right place. Obtaining your LICENSE has never been more enjoyable!! We hold classes and testing for New Mexico instructional permits and we have experienced, fun instructors.  Did we mention that you get to race for free at Albuquerque Indoor Karting on breaks?!

At the Albuquerque Driving School, we administer tests in a friendly, low-stress environment, and we will do everything in our power to ensure your ultimate driving success and safety.

Driving requires skill, attentiveness and patience. Rush-hour gridlocks can last for hours as a growing population forces its way on the overcrowded freeways, further irritated by constant road construction and summertime heat. Frustrated drivers commute from one side of the city to the other, students scramble for parking, hastiness and distraction causes accidents, and cars overheat. Sometimes, just getting home safely is a feat.

These facts produce some staggering statistics in New Mexico, and also offer some very convincing arguments for why you or your teen could benefit from the skills learned at our Driving School.

    • Forty-six percent of drivers in New Mexico don't have insurance. By law, drivers must carry proof of insurance, registration and a valid driver's license. It is required to register and license a vehicle, but often dropped after licensed.


    • 2004 New Mexico crash facts from NMDOT states approximately 3.15 persons were killed each day in car crashes. Vehicle crashes cost New Mexico $3.3 billion in economic losses.


    • Different from other states, New Mexico has city streets that are wider, fatter and straighter, with higher speed limits. New Mexico also has higher highway speeds, at 75 or 65. Higher speeds and carelessness lead to auto-related accidents that are increasing in quantity and severity. Fines and consequences are also becoming more severe.