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Driver’s ed coming to Poth in July
Rhodes Driving School will hold a Teen Drivers Ed class beginning Monday, July 18, in Poth High School.
The full program includes 32 hours of classroom instruction; 14 hours of in-car instruction; an official written permit test after day 3; and an instructor and vehicle assigned to the Poth High School campus.
The cost for the full program is $375. Classroom-only instruction for 32 hours costs $200, or one-hour driving lesson for $40, one hour observation for $10, or behind-the-wheel and in-car observation for $260.
Class size is limited to 36 students. Preregistration is required.
For more information, call 210-680-3980 or e-mail email@example.com.
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