AAA offering online classes for new drivers in Massachusetts

Coronavirus Local Impact

CHICOPEE, Mass. (WWLP) – As many businesses face the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, driving schools are certainly impacted as well.

Due to the outbreak, driving schools can’t conduct behind the wheel lessons so AAA Pioneer Valley has come up with a solution so students can get one step closer to earning their license.

The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles has temporarily loosened restrictions on driving schools, allowing AAA to bring the classroom to the students using online software technology.

We’ll do the same type of worksheets that will be the same interactive PowerPoint based with some additional additional videos and DVDs.

…AAA Driving School is committed to providing our students with a quality driver’s education curriculum that is informative, dynamic and focused on producing safe drivers. We are pleased to help keep Pioneer Valley area students on the path toward earning their driver’s license.

Stephen Brochu, AAA Vice President of Insurance and Driving School

AAA Driving School is the first driving school in Massachusetts to bring the online classroom experience to customers. Classes start April 13 and AAA Driving School is still accepting enrollment.

For more information or to enroll for an online class visit their website or call 413-785-1381 ext. 2475.

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