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Code 4 Driving School

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Serving the following Counties


San Joaquin


Code 4 Driving School is currently owned and operated by a retired Fremont Police Officer. We offer online drivers education and one-on-one drivers training, with free pickup and drop-off. You can even take your Driver's Test in our car.


GoEasy Scheduling. We pick up our students at a location convenient for them. We pick up at home, school, work, just about any place you'd like. We are eager to work with you to make the scheduling process as easy as possible.

GoPolite, professional staff. Ultimately, Code 4 Driving School, will be judged on the service we provide. Our instructors are highly trained (bonded and licensed by the state of California) to provide the best possible learning experience.

GoObtain, Retain, Regain. Whether you are looking to obtain a drivers license for the first time, retaining it at renewal time, or regaining it after a suspension, we can help.

GoSafe Courteous Drivers. Whether you are 16 or 60, our goal is the same.

Getting Your License to Drive

Understanding the Process


Drivers Ed California requires that anyone applying for a license, under the age of 17 1/2, must complete California Department of Motor Vehicles approved Driver Education Course in order to obtain a Learner's Permit.


Driver Education: Driver Education is the state required 30 hours of classroom instruction given by a licensed driving school or a state-approved online course. We, at Code 4 Driving School, offer a 30-hour online course.


Driver Training: Driver Training is the State required minimum six hours of Behind-the-Wheel training, broken up into three, two-hour lessons.


Parent / Guardian Supervision: After completing the Divers Ed Course and their first driving lesson with a licensed driving school, the student can drive with any California licensed driver over the age of 25.

The student is required to hold their Permit for a minimum of six months before applying for a drivers license. During that six-month period, the Parent / Guardian is required to drive a minimum of 50 hours with 10 of those hours being at night.


The six hours of driving school instruction does NOT count toward the 50 hours.


When the student has satisfied all the requirements, they may schedule their driving test with the DMV.


Drivers Education

Drivers EdCode 4 puts you "in the drivers seat" with our flexible online drivers education program. Access the program and complete the course at your convenience. It is the most informative and easiest to use on the market today.


Once the student completes the entire 30-hour online course, you will be given a Certificate of Completion of Drivers Education. This certificate must be presented to the DMV when applying for a Learner's Permit. The applicant must be 15 1/2 years of age or older when applying for a Learners Permit.


While at the DMV the student will take a 46 question written test of which they can only miss a maximum of 8 questions. When the student passes, they will be issued a learners permit.

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Please be aware that the Learner's Permit is not valid until the student completes one lesson of behind the wheel training with a licensed Driving School.


When you are ready to get started just click the ENROLL NOW and follow the on screen directions.


If you have any questions, please call (209) 521-6800 or e-mail us at


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Drivers Training

Drivers EdOur simple but thorough 3-session process to teach new drivers all they need to know to pass their DMV test, and be safe and courteous on the road.


During the first lesson, our instructor covers the basic operations of the car. Topics include left and right turns, lane changes, starting, stopping & backing, along with driving in and merging with traffic.


During the second session, after a review of session one, students will practice various forms of parking, one way streets, and freeway driving.


During the third session, we start with a mock DMV exam using DMV scoring criteria. If the mock test reveals a weakness, the remainder of the lesson will be focused on correcting that weakness so the student has the best chance of passing the drivers test the first time.



Drivers TestOnce a student completes six hours of Drivers Training, Code 4 Driving School will issue a Certificate of Completion of Drivers Training. This is the form that must be presented to the DMV when the student takes the DMV Drive Test. The student will only be allowed to take the test when the following conditions are met:


GoThey are 16 years or older
GoHeld a Learner's Permit for 6 months or more
GoCompleted 6 Hours of Behind-the-Wheel training with a licensed Driving School
GoCompleted 50 Hours of practice with their parent / guardian.


Once the student has met these requirements, they will be eligible to take the Drive Test at any California DMV Office. The student will need to make an appointment for the test.






Code 4 Driving offers three convenient methods of paying. You can either Pay Now through Paypal, or call us at (209) 521-6800 to pay via credit card.

DON'T HAVE THE CASH to sign up right now? No problem!
Call Today and make an appointment, and you can
pay us by check, cash or credit card on the first lesson.


Drivers Education Course   $ 45.00
Teen Drivers Training      
2-Hr Training (1 Session)   $95.00
6-Hr Training (3 Sessions) Save $15 $270.00
Combo Package (Drivers Ed & 6-Hr Training) Save $20 $310.00
Adult Drivers Training      
1.5-Hr Training (1 Session)   $80.00
6-Hr Training (4 Sessions) Save $15 $305.00
Drivers Test      
Students may use the Code 4 Driving School vehcile for the DMV drive test by combining thier last lesson with the drive test for an additional fee of   $25.00