Drive and Go Program

For the best New Mexico driving school, look no further. TFH Safety provides unmatched instruction including teen and adult driver's education, a defensive driving course, certified CPR/first Aid certificate, Hands on training and MVD practice permit tests.

Our Driving School classroom environment has:

  • Videos, animations, and graphics
  • Material that's easy to get through
  • Chapter-end quizzes to assist you in retaining what you learn from driver's ed
  • Real-life, hands-on experiences – no simulators
  • All cars are equipped with GPS for safety

We use state-of-the-art technology, videos, and PowerPoint presentations, combined with interactive classroom participation to create a fun multi-media learning environment. We will issue you the paperwork to receive an official learner's permit from the DMV when you complete our classwork and written exam; additionally, we administer the driving exam required to receive your provisional license.

Our class surpasses the minimum hours required for New Mexico driver education program:

  • 30 hours of classroom instruction

  • A minimum of 7 hours of behind-the-wheel training

  • 6 hours of DWI Awareness

In addition, the student has the opportunity to receive these additional trainings at no cost:

  • 4 hours of Basic CPR / First Aid

  • 1 hours of defensive driving in the Oil Field

Along with Course materials and handouts to keep and refer to from the classroom participation.

  • Certification of Completion for all MVD's

  • MVD Written and Road tests

 
 

New Mexico Graduated Licensing Program:

Step 1 – Complete the Drivers Ed program and receive a Learner’s Permit, students are required to hold a permit for 6 months and log 50 hours of driving instruction. Seven (7) hours are completed in drivers ed.
 
Step 2 - Six months after the date on the learner’s permit, the student is eligible for a NM provisional license, this is for the term of 1 year. This license has a few restrictions such as: no more than one teenager in the car, and a nighttime curfew between 12:00 am to 5:00 am.
 
Step 3 – Full license (1 year on a provisional license and 6 months on a permit) unless you reach your eighteenth birthday.

Get Enrolled into the Drive and Go Program in 3 easy steps!

Step 1 – You will need to bring your Birth Certificate & Social Security Card to TFH Safety Solutions.

Step 2 - Complete the required enrollment forms.
 

Student Enrollment Form

Parent/Guardian Enrollment Form

Step 3 – Choose your program date and pay the program deposit ($150.00)

The remainder of the class must be fully paid by the first day of the program.

 
 
 
 

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