I attended this school 3 weeks ago. The staff is unprofessional. They yell and talk to you any kind of way, as if you're suppose to know how to handle a big rig they only have 3 trucks on the range. My class consisted of 12 people. During the whole week we only have 2 tries per maneuver. On Friday and Saturday we tested off the range and only 6 people made the road. The rest of those six people would be left for the next week and that it self was full also. If i could upload the pictures i took of the raggedy equipment that we practiced in i would. The road trucks are no better. I can hardly believe we didn't get pulled over. They have teachers on the road that fall asleep while you're driving, ones that constantly pull over for coffee or to spit tobacco out his mouth. Most of us who went and tested at DDS failed only 3 people passed in an entire week. Retest has a 3-6 week waiting period. In that waiting period you can come to the school and practice, buy the failure rate is so high that you still won't receive adequate time to prepare for your retest. When you call to tell them you failed your first time around, David's response will be "oh no". Before you attend this school or before a company sends you to this school do some research or stop by and have a look at the equipment and talk to students in week 2 only.
Posted: 1/31/2015 • Link to this review
Don't know what that review before was about. You get out what you put in it. 3 classes 100% passing while I was enrolled. Great instruction, 3/1 ratio in trucks and no issues with equipment. Finished in 3 weeks, no wait for road test and passed 1st time. School guarantees to continue to work with you if needed. Great placement also. Thanks ADF. I refer to you all the time.
Posted: 12/19/2007 • Last edited: 3/17/2008 • Link to this review
I chose this school for the price and got what I paid for. Broken down equipment, little to no training, no range time, conflicting information from the few instructors,etc. You get the point. Out of the last at least two classes of approx. 16 each, only 1 person from each class actually got their license! The rest only get 1.5 hours a day to practice to try again. Go to an acredited school that has enough staff and decent equipment to get you on your way. (Hint-Georgia Driving Academy is sooo much better, I know many people who have went there and passed)
Posted: 9/26/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review