Drive Smart Georgia opens a new location in Cumming, offers $299 sale for Drivers Ed!

Drive Smart Georgia opens a new location in Cumming, offers $299 sale for Drivers Ed!

In 2009, Johns Creek Driving School opened its doors as a new business. Eight years later, the school is now called Drive Smart Georgia with two highly successful locations in Johns Creek and Alpharetta. On March 20, 2017, Drive Smart Georgia opened its third location, this time in Forsyth County in Cumming, GA. To date, the driving schools have educated more than 20,000 teen drivers, and Drive Smart Georgia is rated #1 on Yelp and Google.

Plus, Drive Smart Georgia is the ONLY driving school in Atlanta to specialize in teaching teens how to drive. “We are passionate about teaching young people,” explains Co-Founder/CEO Kirk Bressette. “That’s why we don’t offer a DUI program. We made the right decision to concentrate on teen drivers and we are the only driving school in the city to do so.”

Alan Brown, the driving force behind Joshua’s Law, agrees and endorses Drive Smart Georgia. After losing his son in 2003 due to a car accident, Mr. Brown turned his grief into a personal crusade. He lobbied the Georgia Legislature and got Joshua’s Law passed in 2005. Since then, Joshua’s Law has saved thousands of lives. Concerning Drive Smart Georgia, Mr. Brown states…

I’ve had the opportunity to work with driving schools all over the country. One thing is for sure – they all are not the same. Drive Smart Georgia is the best driving school I’ve ever seen. They truly care about keeping kids safe on the road.

The new Drive Smart Georgia driving school is located at 1790 Peachtree Parkway, about two miles from South Forsyth High School, Lambert High School and Pinecrest Academy in Cumming. Services will include a state-approved Driver’s Ed program for teens that meets the rigorous requirements of Joshua’s Law and in-car driving lessons for teens and adults.

“Parents want the best driving school around when it comes time to hand over the keys,” Bressette stresses. “We hold your hand throughout the entire process.” Drive Smart Georgia emphasizes lifelong safe driving skills, not just those needed to pass the test. In fact, the company’s mission is to save lives and keep teens safe on Georgia’s dangerous roads.

“We’re thrilled to be able to offer our services to Forsyth County,” explains Bressette. Driver’s Ed classes take place on weekends during the school year, and every day during school breaks and the summer.

To celebrate the opening of its new Cumming location, Drive Smart Georgia is offering its lowest price ever – just $299 for the 30-hour Drivers Ed course, plus 6 hours of in-car driving lessons. It’s the lowest sale price ever and available now through May 25, 2017 at the new Cumming location. Customers are encouraged to register online and use discount code GRAND.

  • Drive Smart Georgia Timeline:
    2009
    : Johns Creek Driving School opened its doors
    2010: Held first community safety event at Chattahoochee High School
    2011: Opened second school in Alpharetta and moved to a larger location in Johns Creek
    2012: Received AAA approval
    2013: Changed fleet to all hybrids and reached 10,000-graduate milestone
    2014: Hired 25th employee, consolidated brand to Drive Smart Georgia, launched new website
    2015: Sponsored first annual Teen Driver Safety event that was attended by more than 1,000 parents and teens.
    2016: Created and launched Drive Coach, our proprietary scheduling software program that helps parents understand instructor feedback and saves time when scheduling driving lessons.
    2016: Partnered with Alan Brown, the founder of Joshua’s Law
    2017: Drive Smart Georgia opens its third location in Cumming

Where:
Drive Smart Georgia Driving School in Cumming, GA.
1790 Peachtree Parkway, Suite 202
Cumming, GA. 30041
(470) 239-4294

About Drive Smart Georgia
Drive Smart Georgia is the only driving school in Atlanta to specialize in teaching teens how to drive. The chain currently operates locations in Johns Creek, Alpharetta, and Cumming. Services include Driver’s Ed classes and in-car driving lessons.

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