Northeast Auto & Cycle School

Our classroom setting is a professional environment for drivers education. The Northeast team is committed to making the classroom experience a fun, interactive and impactful learning experience. Many traffic concerns are addressed during the course including understanding the risks involved with driving, the general movement and operation of a vehicle, driving in adverse conditions, crash avoidance, alcohol and drugs effect on driving, and different types of parking. Drivers Education Course Our goal is to have all students excel in the course, pass their written exam and complete the 40 hours within 5 weeks. We understand, however, that each student is unique and we work hard to adapt to each student’s pace of learning the skills and concepts that are important to being a good driver. It is best when the classroom education is integrated with the behind-the-wheel training. Students should be expected to drive 1-3 hours per week after the initial curriculum requirement is met. Applicant must be 15 years old at the beginning of the first class (State Law). A non-refundable $100 deposit is required to hold your place in class. Tuition should be paid in full by the first class in the course. We do offer one payment plan (see Student Driver Course Policies below). With Online Registration, we accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express through PayPal. If mailing a Check or Money Order, send to 13 Harlow Court, Bangor, ME 04401.

Our classroom setting is a professional environment for drivers education. The Northeast team is committed to making the classroom experience a fun, interactive and impactful learning experience. Many traffic concerns are addressed during the course including understanding the risks involved with driving, the general movement and operation of a vehicle, driving in adverse conditions, crash avoidance, alcohol and drugs effect on driving, and different types of parking. Drivers Education Course Our goal is to have all students excel in the course, pass their written exam and complete the 40 hours within 5 weeks. We understand, however, that each student is unique and we work hard to adapt to each student’s pace of learning the skills and concepts that are important to being a good driver. It is best when the classroom education is integrated with the behind-the-wheel training. Students should be expected to drive 1-3 hours per week after the initial curriculum requirement is met. Applicant must be 15 years old at the beginning of the first class (State Law). A non-refundable $100 deposit is required to hold your place in class. Tuition should be paid in full by the first class in the course. We do offer one payment plan (see Student Driver Course Policies below). With Online Registration, we accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express through PayPal. If mailing a Check or Money Order, send to 13 Harlow Court, Bangor, ME 04401.

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    Not a student, but have worked with them as a vendor. They have a professional classroom setting. New and safe vehicles, and friendly teachers that are properly vetted with lots of experience. The best driving school in Bangor by far.

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    To Anon Ymous--This is Jacki. I am sorry your experience with me was so negative. I had no idea you were having trouble with the worksheets--usually I get the other complaint that they are too easy and some feel a waste of time for that reason--I definitely would have helped you. I also did not realize I talked about my hill "too much." I have lived on that hill for more than 50 years--a lot has happened on those roads. Many kids like to hear real things that happen over just reading the book and answering the questions. I never have the kids read silently and do the questions. Maybe that would have worked better for you. I try to tell applicable stories for the same reason---Driver's Ed can be rather boring if you stick to just book and test formats. Out of the last 150 students I have taught recently, only 3 have failed the test. You were not one of them. I am glad that in spite of my inadequacies, you were able to get the info you needed in order to pass the test and get your permit. Again, I am sorry you did not enjoy your experience, I wish you had expressed your difficulties prior, but thank you for the input now. I am teaching a new class--- I have not mentioned my hill even once yet, and I am asking if anyone has questions or if I can clarify anything before we move on for everything we do. Thank you for the tips. I hope you remain a safe driver all of your days. J

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    To Anon Ymous--This is Jacki. I am sorry your experience with me was so negative. I had no idea you were having trouble with the worksheets--usually I get the other complaint that they are too easy and some feel a waste of time for that reason--I definitely would have helped you. I also did not realize I talked about my hill "too much." I have lived on that hill for more than 50 years--a lot has happened on those roads. Many kids like to hear real things that happen over just reading the book and answering the questions. I never have the kids read silently and do the questions. Maybe that would have worked better for you. I try to tell applicable stories for the same reason---Driver's Ed can be rather boring if you stick to just book and test formats. Out of the last 150 students I have taught recently, only 3 have failed the test. You were not one of them. I am glad that in spite of my inadequacies, you were able to get the info you needed in order to pass the test and get your permit. Again, I am sorry you did not enjoy your experience, I wish you had expressed your difficulties prior, but thank you for the input now. I am teaching a new class--- I have not mentioned my hill even once yet, and I am asking if anyone has questions or if I can clarify anything before we move on for everything we do. Thank you for the tips. I hope you remain a safe driver all of your days. J