Personalized Driving Lessons for Your Teen
Are you anxious about teaching your teen how to drive? Leave it to D & E Driving School of Lexington, MN. Our patient driving instructors will teach your teen how to become a safe and good driver.
- 30-hr/6-hr Package Deal paid in full $384.00
- 30-hr/6-hr Package Deal payment plan
$133 first day of class,
$133 last day of class and
$133 on the first behind the wheel.
- 30-hr Classroom (only) $140.00
- 6-hr Behind-the-Wheel (only) $260.00
- Missed appointment fee (without 24 hours’ notice) $50.00
- No permit fee (When student lost or forgot permit) $50.00
- Minnesota Driver’s Manual $10.00
State Exam Sations
State Exam Stations
Anoka – 530 W. Main St.
North Metro – 35W & Cty. Rd. I (Arden Hills)
South Metro – 2070 Cliff Rd. (Eagan)
West Metro – 2455 Fernbrook Ln.
The state of Minnesota requires
a “blue card” to prove enrollment in a qualified driving school like D & E Driving School of Lexington, MN. One must also present a supervised driving log. If you have any questions about blue cards after reviewing the information below, don’t hesitate to call us!
Blue Card Information
The blue enrollment card you received shows the state that you have enrolled in a Behind-the-Wheel class. When you are ready to take the permit test, you must go to a state exam station and bring proper identification. Your primary I.D. is the blue card and a certified copy of your birth certificate. Your secondary I.D. is a social security card or high school picture I.D.
Please call within thirty (30) days after you pass the permit test. Each lesson is for two (2) hours. If you do not have a valid permit with you, the instructor cannot train you, but you will be charged for that lesson. In the event of an appointment postponement, you may be charged for that lesson if you do not notify us at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance. The behind-the-wheel rate that you were quoted when you received the blue enrollment card is guaranteed for a period of thirty (30) days. After that period, you will be subjected to any rate increases that may occur.
If you enroll in a behind-the-wheel course, get your permit; and then fail to complete your training, we are required to notify the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety may cancel your permit if you do not complete your training.
Helping you drive better
Please note that no student may drive without a valid permit. Failure to have a permit with them will cancel the lesson and student is responsible for the fee.
Making Driving Simple
Are you looking to increase your driving knowledge before you take your road test? You can get valuable training from our experienced driving instructors. With over 30 years of experience, you can expect expert driving instruction from our instructors who are committed to making you a better driver with each lesson.