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WE ARE A CERTIFIED DRIVING SCHOOL WITH 
MORE THAN 15 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN
DRIVING TRAINING! 
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WE ALSO OFFER THE SC DMV DRIVING TEST AS A CONVENIENCE FOR THE COMPLETION OF DRIVER TRAINING.

Check out our Packages and our Spring Specials!

*NEW* Satellite Location is now open!
114 Williams Street
Lancaster, SC 29720

Before students between 15-16 years of age can receive their Driver Licenses, they are required by the State of South Carolina to complete this course. 

We are fully licensed and bonded, and our instructors are professional, experienced and caring.

Championship Driving School offers an Insurance Reduction Course, too.

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COME AND VISIT

Championship Driving School
1053-5 Highway 1 South
Lugoff, SC 29078
Phone: 803-463-9086

In Columbia, Camden, Blythewood, Lugoff, Elgin and surrounding areas, call 803-463-9086.

In Lancaster, Rock Hill, Fort Mill and surrounding areas, call 803-320-0662.

Contact us if you are looking for schools for driving in Columbia, SC.

Make sure your teen understands the responsibilities involved in safely operating their vehicle.

For More Information Including Class Dates or to Sign Up Your Student, Call or Email Us Today!

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OUR COURSE CONSISTS OF:

  • One 8-hour classroom meeting - 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (30 minute lunch break) and...
  • 6 hours of behind-the-wheel training with a certified instructor. Sessions consist of 2 or 3 hours increments.

Education and fostering good driving habits for teens and adults is the goal of our Driving School. 

We help drivers become responsible, courteous, and accident free. Teens: once you finish our driver education course and take your written permit test, you can start driver training!

Within the community, our driving school has an impeccable record and our instructors are patient and considerate.

After they have started driving by themselves, teen drivers will still need their parents’ advice and support. Crash risk among teens is highest when they are driving on their own, so parents should continue to coach them behind the wheel, to guide their learning and to monitor where, when, and with whom they drive.

Freedom and responsibility goes hand-in-hand with driving solo.

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