A Message from PSC regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Dear Valued Customer,

With the DMV re-opening some of their field office, PSC will resume offering behind the wheel training effective June 15, 2020. Priority will be given to those students that were cancelled out and those with testing dates coming up soon. Thank you for your patience as we continue to keep you safe!

Please note the new COVID-19 protocols will be in place and we need everyone to do their part! Additional information will be given upon scheduling.


Darby Vorce
Executive Director
Pacific Safety Center


Pacific Safety Center offers a variety of services to fit your specific needs. Whether you are just looking to brush up on your driving skills or have never driven and feel that it's time you learned, we can help. Our instructor's are patient and understanding of each individual’s needs.

Since the Pacific Safety Center has been actively involved in traffic safety since 1953, we are the one-stop solution for any type of driver training. PSC is the name you know and can trust. We understand the enormous responsibility of keeping your loved ones safe and teaching them safe driving techniques that will last a lifetime.

For individuals coming to the United States for the first time, we can help you get familiar with the laws and driving practices here in California. In order to take driving lessons you will need to obtain a driving permit. This is done simply by taking the written exam at your local DMV. Seniors who have their driving privilege revoked must obtain a special permit from the safety division. California does not recognize permits from out of state. You must get a California permit. Once you have the permit we are just a phone call away.

We will set up appointments for you and the instructor will pick you up at home, or work. The appointments are 2 hours each and we arrange them to suit your specific needs. Should you need to cancel an appointment, please do so 48 hours in advance.

If you are not sure how much time you will need, you can start with 2 hours so the instructor can evaluate your current skill and comfort level.