ZOOM 5 Hour Pre-Licensing Class
Required to Get a NYS Driver's License
This Class is open to anyone who has a NYS Learners Permit regardless of age. This includes 16 and 17 year olds.
* No Tests
* No Quizzes
* No Pressure
Relax and enjoy the class. You will have a live instructor who can answer any questions you may have.
You can make a Road Test appointment online on the same day that you finish this class. You can check the DMV website for availability for appointments.
NYS DMV has authorized the 5 Hour Pre-licensing class to be taught online using Distance Learning. We will be offering this class using Zoom. One of our most popular offerings, we recommend signing up for this course as early as possible as it tends to fill up quickly.
In-Person 5 Hour Pre-licensing Class
This course has been highly regarded by countless students for over 30 years. It has provided the opportunity to complete the next step of obtaining a NYS Driver's License.
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Our Background & Philosophy
Camillus Driving School, Inc. has been teaching new drivers for over 30 years!
FRIENDLY, PATIENT, AND EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTORS
All of our instructors are Certified NYS DMV instructors and also licensed teachers through the NYS Department of Education. All instructors have many years of classroom and behind-the wheel instruction.
Except for contracts executed by schools licensed by the New York State Education Department and subject to the refund provisions of regulations promulgated by that Department, prepayment for lessons and other services shall be subject to refund as follows:
If the student, having given prior notice of at least 24 hours, withdraws from or discontinues a prepaid course of instruction or series of lessons before completion thereof, or from any other service for which prepayment has been made, or if the school is unable or unwilling to complete such prepaid course of instruction, or series of lessons, or to provide such other prepaid service, all payments made by the student to the school shall be refunded except:
(i) an amount equal to the enrollment fee, if any, specified in the contract or expressly receipted for, not to exceed the sum of $10 or 10 percent of the total, whichever is greater, specified cost of such course of instruction or series of lessons; and
(ii) the school’s per-season tuition charge for each lesson already taken by the student which charge shall be determined by dividing the total cost of such course of instruction or series of lessons by the number of lessons included therein.