Why choose AAA Driving School for your teen?
- Instructors are engaging and collaborative, and don't just show movies all day!
- Novice drivers receive a free, basic associate AAA membership.
- Curriculum incorporates active learning and impactful discussions.
- AAA has been an advocate of safe driving for more than 100 years!
Classes and Rates
|Class||AAA Member Rate||Non-Member Rate|
|AAA 4-Part Novice Driver Class Package
Minimum enrollment age is 14.5 years old
Online driver education classes are unavailable in Minnesota for those under 18.
|One 2-Hour Behind-the-Wheel Lesson||$120.00||$135.00|
|Three 2-hour Behind-the-Wheel Lessons||$324.00||$360.00|
Driver Knowledge and Permit Tests: Find a Testing Station
AAA Minneapolis does not administer driver knowledge/permit tests in our license bureau. To find a testing station, visit the MN DVS Locations page.
Behind-the Wheel Lessions
All of our behind-the-wheel lessons take place during private, two-hour sessions. Lessons begin and end at AAA Minneapolis headquarters in St. Louis Park or, for the first after-school lesson, we meet students at the following high schools:
- Academy of Holy Angels
- Benilde St. Margaret’s
- Breck School
- The Blake School
- DeLaSalle High School
- Minnetonka High School
- Edina High School
- Hopkins High School
- Minneapolis Washburn High School
- St. Louis Park High School
- Minneapolis Southwest High School
- Wayzata High School
- Groves Academy
Please Note: All lessons end at AAA Minneapolis Headquarters in St. Louis Park. Minimum enrollment age is 14.5 years.
Enroll Your Teen
As you’re looking for driver education that best fits your needs, look no further than the company that invented driver training in 1935. Minimum enrollment age is 14.5 years.
"My son was very impressed with the professionalism of his driving instructor."
"I attribute my daughter's passed road test - to the fabulous care your staff shares with the students."
"The instructor and curriculum were very engaging to my daughter. She comes home sharing everything she learned from the day, so we are learning too!"