At Cedarville Driving School, we strive to provide our community with quality driving instruction so our students will learn to be safe, courteous drivers.
Our goal is to make driver’s education fun, engaging the students throughout the class. Our classroom is comfortable, with padded mesh-back chairs and a 65” HDTV for instruction. Our car is a 2016 Toyota Corolla, which was chosen because it is fun to drive, looks nice, and, most important of all, has a 5-star safety rating from the NHTSA. Our classroom is conveniently located… grab a coffee across the street at MaryLou’s before class!
Driving is a serious activity that demands responsibility, know-how, and attentiveness from drivers. Our instructors are highly qualified and each of us is skilled in helping even the most nervous of drivers get over their stress and discomfort. Most importantly, we take pride in the quality drivers educated by our school. We want to keep Plymouth, MA streets safe as well as teen and adult drivers alike.
What We Offer
Full driving instruction course including classroom and in-car instruction
Road Test Sponsorship – including use of our car and a warm-up lesson
We are pleased to introduce Katie Murphy to our team! Katie previously taught with AAA. Katie cares about her students and enjoys teaching them and helping them to learn and helps build their confidence in their skills. She has been known to take a student who didn’t want to drive and help them to enjoy it! So please come down to see us at the school and we will give you a tour and you can meet the people you will be working with during your drivers’ education experience. You’ll even enjoy the parent class! We look forward to seeing you soon!
To provide professional, informed, and comfortable instruction that turns new or inexperienced drivers into safe, collision-free, and confident drivers.
To create a fun environment for instructors and students that fosters valuable learning and hands-on experience.
To teach our students to take the consequences of their actions seriously and respect the road.
To inform previous drivers with mediocre driving skills of the best defensive driving skills that will keep them free of collisions and tickets for life.