Collision-Free? Absolutely!

Is it possible for a teenager to drive and remain collision-free? We believe it is! Because of this belief, we train each student with the techniques and plan to achieve our stated goal - "A Lifetime of Collision-Free Driving!" Click here to find out how and why!

Will you take the Pledge?

"I pledge to Myself and my Family to do Whatever It Takes to drive Collision-Free!"

Our pledge is our commitment to excellence. We use this commitment to help guide your student to develop the necessary attitude to strive for this all-important goal.

Buyer Beware!

Beware unprofessional driving schools! Unprofessional driving schools do not operate with your safety in mind. They only want to make a bigger profit for less work. They are unconcerned about everyone's safety on today's roads.

Click here to see how you can protect yourself and your loved ones from this tragedy waiting to happen.

When it comes to driver training, only the best is good enough for your family's safety! With West Virginia's most respected driving school, you are assured of the best.

Why we're your best choice!

Is there really a difference in driving schools?

In a word, YES! Click Here to find out what the difference is.

Training Locations

Both Classroom &
Behind The Wheel

Charleston Training Center
200 Patrick St
Charleston, WV 25312

Additional Behind The Wheel Meeting Locations

Hurricane at Walmart Automotive Side
Take I-64 to the Hurricane exit (#34), Turn toward Hurricane Creek, turn left at first traffic light. Walmart is on the hill.

Saint Albans at Rite Aid Plaza
Turn off US Route 60 (MacCorkle Ave) onto 3rd Ave toward main town of St. Albans (same intersection as Nitro/St.Albans bridge). Go through railroad underpass to next traffic light which is 6th Ave. Turn left - Rite Aid is now in view.

"Thanks to Capitol Driving School, my son has remained collision-free through his first three years of driving. I'm confident my daughter will have the same success when I send her to driver's education thanks to the skills taught by Capitol." - Mike G.