Learn to drive with us!
Fall and winter schedules are now available for the teen programs!
OFFICE & REGISTRATION HOURS:
MONDAY 10 AM - 2 PM, 6:30-8:30 PM
TUESDAY 6:30-8:30 PM
WEDNESDAY 10 AM - 2 PM, 6:30-8:30 PM
THURSDAY 6:30-8:30 PM
PDS will be closed on Monday, October 12th in observance of Columbus Day.
For the quickest response to your questions, email us at email@example.com. We are always on the road with students and will not answer while driving.
We can also set up a time to register if you cannot come in at these hours by emailing or calling us, or you can click on registration and do it right here on our site!
Thank you for visiting the Palos Driving School, Corp. Website. We are located at 8134 W. 111th St. directly across the street from A. A. Stagg High School. Our business is family owned and operated by certified high school and elementary teachers.
Our instructors have been teaching Drivers Education for the past 20 years. All of our instructors have college degrees in education. Each of our instructors are trained to instruct teens as well as adult drivers. Whether you are a new driver or an experienced adult brushing up on your driving skills, our instructors will accommodate your every driving need.
We offer teen programs that will work around the busy student. We understand that teens are involved in sports and other activities. We offer classes that will start after school, after sport practices, as well as weekends and evenings.
We also offer adult classes that will accommodate any schedule. Our experienced instructors will help seniors brush up on their skills as well as teach new adult drivers the rules of the road. We will also help with obtaining your instructional permit during your first lesson. We will try to overcome any language barriers upon request.
We offer free home pick-up and drop-off services for your behind-the-wheel lessons.
*NEW ILLINOIS LAW*
Effective July 1, 2014, all 18-20 years old will be required to complete a 6 hour Adult Drivers Education course before they are eligible to obtain an Illinois driver's license. This new law is for any young adult who is 18-20 and does not have a license and/or has not completed the classroom portion of drivers education through a high school or a commercial driving school.