In Massachusetts, students under 18 years of age (junior operators – JOL) must complete a driver’s education program in order to be eligible to take the road test before their 18th birthday.
Ringer’s complete drivers education program includes:
Optional road test sponsorship service available.
During the state of emergency and coronavirus pandemic, MASSDOT RMV has given certified Massachusetts driving schools temporary permission to deliver the classroom portion of the driver’s education program using remote learning, web based tools. The classroom material will be delivered via Zoom. The accelerated 30 hour course, typically delivered 6 hours/day over 5 consecutive days.
Our service area includes Saugus, Wakefield, Lynn, Melrose, Malden and Revere. If you live inside our service area, we will pick up and drop off for behind-the-wheel driving lessons. If you live outside of our geographical service area, you may still do driving lessons with our instructors, if you agree to be picked up and dropped off inside our service area. If you have questions, please phone the office before making your purchase (781) 233-3664, or send us an email: email@example.com.
Junior operators are required to complete 12 hours of behind-the-wheel driving lessons with the driving school. Ringer’s students can complete their lessons in 1 or 2 hour increments.
Text Ringer’s scheduling line (781) 231-0337 schedule driving lessons.
The material covered during the thirty hours of classroom instruction is based on the Massachusetts Driver’s Manual, which can be downloaded on the here for free. You may also order a hard copy on the RMV’s website. If you have a school IEP and wish to inquire about accommodations, please phone the office (781) 233-3664 or text the company cell (781) 231-0337 (text only), or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ringer’s will deliver the coursework LIVE via Zoom.
Log in and password will be emailed to registered students no later than 3 days before the class start date
In order to receive credit for the course, the student must pass the final exam with an 80% or above.
Module 1: Intro to driver’s education
Module 2: Signs, Signals, & Road Markings
Module 3: Understanding the Vehicle and its Controls
Module 4: Basic Driving Skills
Module 5: Rules of the Road
Module 6: Making Safe Driving Decisions
Module 7: Sharing the Road
Module 8: How Natural Laws Affect Driving
Module 9: Different Driving Environments
Module 10: Driving in all Weather Conditions
Module 11: Mental & Physical Condition Affect Driving
Module 12: The Dangers of Alcohol, Drugs and Driving: Part I
Module 13: The Dangers of Alcohol, Drugs and Driving: Part II
Module 14: Consequences of Unsafe Driving and Poor Decision Making
Module 15: Part I: Handling Emergencies & Breakdowns
Part II: Final Review
Massachusetts auto insurance companies offer premium discounts to students who earn a certificate of completion from a Massachusetts driving school. Consult your individual insurance company for rates.
Steps to earn a drivers education certificate of completion:
Q. When will your certificate of completion be on file on the registry’s database?
A. 7 to 10 days after your final driving lessons if all other steps to earn a certificate of completion have been met.