Customer. I really love this school!!! The drivers are professional, on time and they try they're best to make sure you are comfortable. I called late on a Tuesday night with my road test scheduled for that Thursday. Salem, who works in the office was able to squeeze me in for lessons the very next day even though I called last minute ^_^ On Wednesday morning I had lessons with Mike. He arrived on time and was very helpful and patient at teaching me parallel parking. BTW I love his personality! Mike was very fun to learn with. On the day of my test I called the office for a car rental and to go over the course before my test. Hanna was my driver. Hanna was very patient and understanding almost like a father. He waited for me for almost an hour (my bus was late) but he didn't complain or anything. We just went over the course and parking until I felt comfortable and ready to take my test. Of course I PASSED and got my license. With Mike and Hanna, how could I fail? Thank you so much Professional Driving School *^_^*
You can never imagine how screwed-up these guys are until you actually meet them. I passed my test and have my license with me now but will strongly recommend you not to go there (or even call them). These are just a bunch of tricksters (around 5) with almost no education and manners and importantly, have no idea how to treat their customers after taking money from them. In summary, this is what they do (based on my experience and on talks with others) - some random, chain-smoking guy picks you up from your home (although the owner assures you that he's going to pick you up) in a shabby car around 6 o'clock in the morning, take you to the Penn-dot center (it's always gonna be Columbus Blvd.), drive you around on the route followed by the examiner for 10-15 mins (so that you get familiarized with it) and that's it. Also, as soon as you step in the car, they ask (and sometimes, yell!) for the money, so that you do not have a choice of leaving.
I, personally, paid for 2 hours of lessons (total $ 100, which included 2 hours of lessons and car drive for test), but honestly, I did not get to drive for more than 15 minutes. And you know why because at any time, there were 3 student-drivers in the car, and everybody gets to drive turn-by-turn (though the owner promised me that the lessons would be on "one-on-one" basis). You may get your license by conning up the test route, but believe me, you would not feel even a bit more comfortable on your driving after getting "lessons" from them.
Do yourself a favor, pay $25-30 more to some other driving school, but stay away from these cheap, screwed up cheaters.
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