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Prevent and avoid accidents through techniques developed and updated by the National Safety Council and approved by the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles. This six-hour class may allow for a 10% savings on auto liability,
no-fault, and collision insurance premiums for three years. Students also receive a
reduction of up to four points on their driving record toward points accumulated prior to class completion.
SUNY Ulsterâ€™s Driver Education program is offered at the following high schools: Kingston, Rondout Valley, New Paltz, Wallkill, Marlboro, Onteora, and Highland. The driver training program, which is approved by the New York State
Education Department, is a 48-hour course. Included are six hours of behind-the-wheel instruction, 18 hours of in-car observation, 24 hours of classroom training, and orientation. Upon completion, students will receive a certificate which may allow a reduction on your auto insurance. This program is administered in cooperation with an area auto school. To register, students must be at least
16 years of age at the time of orientation and possess a learnerâ€™s permit. Driver Education Application/Consent Form is available at sunyulster.edu/ce which must be completed by a parent or guardian. Note: Driving time is finalized at the orientation. Missed classes must be made up at another high school.
Note: After two weeks from the start of the program no refunds will be issued.
Gain independence! Learn to drive in 10 one-hour private lessons. Students have the option of being picked up at their home or another convenient location. Completion of the program enables students to take the New York State road test. A valid learners permit is required.
Brush up on driving skills or sign up for additional driver training with five one-hour sessions. Students have the option of being picked up at their home or another convenient location. Completion of the program enables students to take the New York State road test. A valid learners permit is required.
The effects of alcohol and drugs on driving perceptions and defensive driving techniques will be the emphasis of this class. At the conclusion, students will be issued an MV278 completion certificate, which is required to take the road
test. Students must bring their New York State Learnerâ€™s Permit to class. This class meets the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles classroom requirement in driver safety education. Please be sure to keep your certificate in a safe location. Replacement fee is charged.