Alaska Driving Academy Philosophy
Being a driver comes with a great deal of responsibility. You are not just responsible for yourself; the responsibility includes your vehicle, your passengers, and the other cars and drivers on the road. Only practical driving experiences behind the wheel will allow you to gain the knowledge and know-how to deal with everyday driving situations - giving you the foundation to become a safe driver for life.
The instructors at the Alaska Driving Academy are committed to teaching our students how to be the safest drivers possible as new driver or for those looking to upgrade to a CDL license. All our instructors go through extensive background checks, complete state requirements, and are current CDL class “A” drivers themselves - ensuring that you, or your loved one, will be receiving the most up-to-date techniques, information and safe driving standards. Our students are taught the dangers of the road, the dangers in the car, how to avoid distractions, the latest driving laws, and the key components of safe driving.
Being a driver can be scary. Let the Alaska Driving Academy help you develop the confidence to get behind the wheel and be the next great driver on the road.
Class "D" Division
New Driver Training and Testing
Be A.L.E.R.R.T. and Drive Safe
Our team of driving instructors is unmatched on the Peninsula and is loaded with talent! This team Includes a Certified Master Instructor and a Classroom Instructor with over 20 years of experience teaching and coaching young people.
It's easy to see why the Alaska Driving Academy has become the Kenai Peninsula's #1 choice in driving schools.
"Entry-Level Driver Training"
CDL Class "A" & "B"
Training and Testing
The Commercial Driving side of the academy has accumulated a team of Classroom and Behind The Wheel instructors unmatched in the state. With nearly 60 years of combined Behind The Wheel experience in the Oil Field, Heavy Haul, Long Haul and Construction industry.
The Alaska Driving Academy is Developing Tomorrows Workforce, Today!