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Bluegrass Driving Academy, Inc


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                  6 BEHIND THE WHEEL SESSIONS $499

We proudly serve all nearby cities including Nicholasville, Lexington, Georgetown, Richmond, Danville and Versailles.

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We are honored to serve the central Kentucky area including Fayette, Jessamine, Garrard, Scott, Franklin, Woodford and Bourbon counties. 

What you need to know BEFORE signing up for any driving courses:

    • A valid Instruction Permit is required as well as any required accommodations for restrictions (glasses, contacts...)

    • All Behind the Wheel Training will begin and end at our office at 213 S Main Street, Suite 101, Nicholasville, Kentucky 40356.


    • Students will receive their training in one of our vehicles, which are set up specifically for student driving.

    • Due to the need for clear communication, students must be able to speak and understand English.

    • For everyone's safety, students may not wear flip-flops, sandals, or earbuds while behind the wheel.

    • The first session will consist of an evaluation in a near-by parking lot to assess if the student can control the vehicle. We will stay in the parking lot and work on turning, lane maintenance and braking until it is deemed that they can safely move to the roadway.

    • From session to session, we will deem if it is safe to advance the student to the next level. Most students only require 6 sessions of lessons; however, some students require repeating all or part of a lesson to safely advance to the next skill set. In this case, more sessions may be needed to complete the curriculum.

    • Signing up for any session is a commitment. We require 48 Hours notice to reschedule your lesson.  If you are 15 minutes late you will be considered a no show and there are no refunds.  ​​

    How long does it take to learn how to drive?

    Every student is different, but the overall success will depend on a combination of behind the wheel instruction and practice. The state of Kentucky requires a minimum of 60 hours of drive time for students under the age of 18, prior to testing for their intermediate license. Our 6 session curriculum is designed to teach skills which need to be implemented over the course of those 60 hours of practice.

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