Learn Driving in the Bay Area
Driving Schools for the city and county of San Francisco.
San Francisco is one of the hardest cities for driving in the entire United States. Student drivers need to learn how to navigate their way around narrow streets, cable cars, tourists, high hills, and the infamous Lombard street. If you're learning to drive with a stick shift, the complexity only multiplies. Although many Frisco residents prefer to commute by BART, buses, taxis, bicycles, or just walking, there are many times when a license is essential to the job description. For instance, this author went to San Francisco in 2002 and found out quickly that parking lot attendants have the amazing ability to tightly park your rental car in a crowded garage despite the large amount of unusual smoke coming from the attendant's little shack. This is where the education you can only get from a driving school comes into play, beyond the need to learn traffic signals, parallel parking, avoiding people who blow through red lights and almost run over your girlfriend, and the shuffling masses of people in Haight Ashbury who still think it is 1967 so they don't have to follow rules like crossing at the corner. In short, if you want to learn how to drive in San Francisco, you need a good driving school with in-car training, classroom education, and a certified certificate that lowers your car insurance cost. The certificate will also help you get job, whether you need to get CDL certification or just enough to get a pass to the parking attendant's shack.
Notes and Special Information
Special note: Always get your instruction from licensed professionals who carry adequate insurance!