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.