Offering a full Drivers Education Program for students ages 15.9 months and older. 30 hours of classroom study, 12 hours behind the wheel practical. We have a GREAT reputation of our students passing their road test on the first try. We are a small school offering you the best service.

Serviced Areas

  • Essex County

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Contact Details

  Website
  City Ipswich, MA
  Zip Code 01938
  Address 75 Turnpike Road
  Phone Number (978) 356-3833

  • I would recommend this business

Got my license with no problems.. they keep contact with you and book lessons right away

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Customer Testimonials

I have two sons that went through Bright's and overall very pleased. They do try and accommodate you and assist when they can. They keep you updated on events like the road test. You do have responsibilities to make sure you are also on top of your own items and schedules. I believe with both sons there might have been one mix up or cancelled driving class. They picked our sons up at the house and used their cars for the tests. They scheduled the tests locally and basically we made one trip with each son to the MV for paperwork. My wife and I really did very little, our sons and the school did it all.

From Our Website

Driving on the road can be dangerous, but here are some tips to help keep you safe on the road. First, your vehicle should be in tip top condition. Take care of the car and do the routine maintenance. This will extend the life of your car. It will also make your car safer to drive. Check the fluid levels regularly, inspect the tire pressure, tread depth and wear. Lastly don't forget the windshield wipers, good wipers allow you to see the road better in bad weather. Second, when driving, be defensive.


The roads have changed, there are more cars out there every day than there were 20 years ago. The cars have changed, they are lighter, faster and manufactured to crush easier than 20 years ago. Technology has changed. 20 years ago NO INTERNET. So why would you send a tech-savvy child to a driving school still teaching the same as the 1960's. We show new movies from AAA on a huge screen, movies were produced no more than 5 years ago, We are in contact with many organizations that research safe road design and driving.


Make sure you have checked out our calendar first, so you can let us know which class you wish to attend.


We can request the Registry of Motor Vehicles to schedule an examiner to conduct these tests. When I have the qualifing numbers, I send in a request, it is either accepted or denied due to the number of examiners available. I never know the exact date until the Registry tells me, about 1 week before the test. 2. Only applicants who are over 18 yrs. of age can go on the list without completing drivers ed. No applicant will be put on the list without one of our instructors conducting an evaluating lesson beforehand.


You may cancel or reschedule your appointments on the Appointy website as long as you do so 30 hours or more before the appointment. If the 30 hours has passed - CALL THE OFFICE AND LET US KNOW YOU CAN'T MAKE IT - 978-356-3833. Certification of Completion or road test sponsorship will be on hold if there is a balance on lesson #12. We usually expect our parents to start the driving lessons. Use The Parent's Guide to Supervised Driving to start your learning process. If for some reason you are unable to start driving with your parents, THEY must call the office to schedule a private driving lesson.


If a student misses time in class they must attend during another class, within 3 classes, that covers the same material. We look at the calendar and try to put together times that offers everyone involved a stressless form of education. Before the class starts you will need to pick up a classroom packet so the student can follow along and review. Also given online are many other paperwork and links for followup. Today November 23, I have taken a long look at where we are at this time. I am finding that the students are haveing a hard time spending so much time online.