Is behind the wheel drivers training expinsive in you're state?

@apples99 (6564)
United States
October 6, 2009 10:51pm CST
As I type this discussion I'm a non driver, but lately I've been seriously considering finally learning to drive, but the dilemma is that in the state where I live behind the wheel drivers training cost a lot like somewhere between $150 to $200 an hour, and I just can't afford it right now, but I really really want to learn because it would defintly mean more freedom and mobility for me and less dependence on public transportation such as taxi cabs and buses, and I wish I could find a less expensive way to learn, if any of any of you have any suggestions I would love to read them. Anyway is behind the wheel drivers training expinsive in you're state too?
1 response
@JenInTN (27565)
• United States
7 Oct 09
Hi apples! I think it's great that you are considering to learn how to drive. It would be expensive in my state to have a training course. I do know that you can get a driver's permit and if there is a person you know that has a license, they can teach you.