Tineo Driving School Corp.

Tineo Driving School Corp.

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7 employees

About this pro

  • At Tineo's Driving School our qualified instructors can help NYC permit holders attain the five major skills needed for safe driving & passing the road test. 

    1- Learn the basics: Brake, steering, gas & signaling. How far & fast a car moves. Where, when & how to observe. 
    2- Develop judgment through structured experiences and repetition, approaching intersections judging traffic and road conditions. 
    3- becoming semi-independent, learning to anticipate hazards and react accordingly.
    4- Becoming independent, confident & in control of most situations. Students at this level should pass the road test.
    5- Fully independent, highly skilled, mature judgment under the most challenging situations. 

    The driver trainers at Tineo Driving School will evaluate you using proven methods. They will recommend a specific number of lessons based on your current skill level & ability. Learning to drive is a one time investment on your self. Don't cheat your self by cutting corners your success and safety is our main concern. Over 90% of students who follow the recommendation of their driver trainer pass the road test on their first attempt!
  • At Tineo's Driving School it is our mission to help NYC permit holders attain the skills needed for SAFE driving & passing the road test. With our professional driver trainers at Tineo's driving school we are surely qualified to help you obtain a License.
  • Established Since 1993 

We Love to Help our Customer Learn and Obtain the ability & Skills to become a safe, independt driver. With Over 25 YEARS of Experience our staff is more than qualified to help you PASS you Driving Exam. 

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New York, NY 11208
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  • Merl Henry

    Tineo Driving School is the best driving school in Brooklyn. The staff is courteous and helpful. They show genuine interest in helping their students to achieve success on their road test.

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

At Tineo's Driving School it is our mission to help NYC permit holders attain the skills needed for SAFE driving & passing the road test. With our professional driver trainers at Tineo's driving school we are surely qualified to help you obtain a License

Tineo Driving school specializes in Beginner, intermediate and advance training. Driving Lessons available Mon. - Sat. with our professional instructors.

Practice makes perfect. Don’t worry if you make mistakes—there is no such thing as a perfect driver.  New drivers are especially vulnerable to messing up here and there, but here are a few tips to help you get started.

Good Practices

  • Know your car and how to do basics, such as pumping gas, changing a tire, jump-starting the car, and adding windshield washer fluid.
  • Always let your parents or guardian know where you’re going, and when you’ll be back.
  • Try to make short trips when you’re just starting out driving. Little by little, you can increase your distances, but don’t try too much too soon.
  • Don’t try to speed up at yellow lights or get away with a quick call while you’re driving. These type of risks are never worth it—especially when a new and inexperienced driver is at the wheel.
  • Walk before you can run. Before you take a long road trip, make sure you can handle driving to school or work. Before you begin driving at nighttime, make sure you have daytime driving totally down. Before you start driving friends around alone, practice driving them around with a responsible adult in the car, too.

Awareness is Vital

  • Although it’s very tempting to drive around with your friends, try to limit your passengers in your first year of driving. They can be very distracting.
  • Limit your nighttime driving. Darker means harder to see, and drunk drivers tend to drive more at night. You’re also more likely to be sleepy at the wheel at nighttime.
  • Never forget to use your signal, mirrors, and seat belt. Be very aware of the drivers around you, from the car right in front of you, to the cars way up ahead on the road.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Professional and Quality Driving instructions From our Staff will help you Obtain the necessary skills in order for you to pass and become an independent License driver. We have Been Helping our Clients to Learn to Drive Since 1991, With Over 25 YEARS Of Expierence catering to the public with quality and Professional Driving instructions From Certified Driving instructors in order to help you Obtain your Driver's License.  

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Driving Lessons 30 mins.= $30.00

Driving Lessons Given 
Monday - Saturday 
( 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM )

Car available for Road Test -  $55.00

5 Hour Class Pre-licensing course - $50.00

Road Test Appointments - $10.00

Professional, qualified instructors here to help you get your License

How did you get started teaching?

25 years ago, when the company was founded, the owners realized that there was a great untapped opportunity in this industry. No company was providing what the customers truly demanded, high quality driver education at the lowest possible cost. Large companies were charging too much for their services and the local companies were not providing enough programs and services or they were poor quality. The opportunity rested in creating a service by Demand from the Community. By doing so our company could reduce costs, shut out competition, and gain market share in return our Students pass there Driving Exam with the least amount of lessons possible with the Best Quality instuctions and in doing so the student that Passed recommends others to come do the same. This has been Tineo's driving School strategy and winning business model since the company began. It's steady growth in a mature market has proven the company's management policy over time.

What types of students have you worked with?

we have worked with a long range of Students all fom as young as 16 years old leagal Age limit in the State of New York to Drive to as old as 72 Year Old Senior Citizen. Our Customers have come to us for years Due to our Patience and quality instructions and our teachers have taught students with NO EXERIENCE TO License Drivers that had Licenses before. 

NO Matter your level of Expierence, we teach all range of students From Beginner, intermediate and to advance training.

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Before taking your driving test, it’s a good idea to practice with a professional driving instructor. Find out exactly what you’ll need to do for the driving portion of the test, and have your instructor ask you to judge you on those things. This will help make you feel more confident for the actual test. Below are some tips for that.

  • Before you even go to the DMV, make sure your car is in good shape: tires inflated correctly, all lights working, and windshield wipers functioning. Have your paperwork handy and the radio turned off. Make sure mirrors are adjusted. It doesn’t hurt to make sure the car is clear of any clutter or trash, too.
  • When it comes to the driving part of your test, remember to stay calm. Although you’ll be nervous, it’s important to also be confident. See What Professional Driving Plan your Driving instructors have to help you Pass your Driving Test. and what are the success rate of the instructor and or the driving school you assist. 

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Getting your license is an exciting time, but taking the test can also cause a lot of anxiety.  Remember, it’s totally fine if you don’t pass your written or driving test the first time. All you have to do is try again.  Plenty of people don’t pass the first time – don’t beat yourself up if you don’t.   Below are some helpful reminders.

  • Check with your state to see what documents you’ll need to have with you when it’s time to get your license. The last thing you want is to have to go home to get something you didn’t think to bring with you.
  • Make sure you’re well rested and wearing your glasses or contacts before taking the vision test.
  • Check to see what the fee is to get your license before you go. Costs vary from state to state, so make sure you know exactly how much you will need to pay.
  • The written test can be tricky, but the best way to prepare is to closely study your state’s DMV driver’s guide. Many DMV websites also provide practice tests for you to take. Try all of the practice tests before you attempt to go get your license. When it comes time to take the written test, don’t try to rush—take your time and think carefully about each question.

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