Mount Pleasant is home to wind, wildlife, waves, and best of all, Wando High School. The teenage population is BOOMING around here and we all want to keep them safe on the roads. Whether the little darlings are cooking up a day trip to the beach with their friends, or dreaming of a drive over the beautiful Ravenel Bridge, we'll make sure they're ready to roll, competently and confidently. (Yes, mom, hang in there - we can do this! We'll have them running errands for you before you know it!Call Craig Whitman at (843) 872-1141. (Does your teenager have ADHD? Click here for more information...)
PREMIER Driving School
Teaching South Carolina's teenagers to drive safely and calming parents' nerves since 2002.
Mount Pleasant
Instructor Jason Sox is a husband to an amazingly patient woman, a dad to the world's coolest little boy and most adorable baby girl. He is a famous golfer, a big-time, serious Star Wars fan and teaches Chemistry at Wando High School for fun. Nothing would make him happier than teaching your teenager how to drive safely in Mount Pleasant.
Meet our Mount Pleasant team...
Call Craig Whitman at 843-872-1141 to arrange:

Driver Instruction - Eight hours of classroom instruction, six hours of behind-the-wheel instruction, and one attempt at road test. $450 (classes will take place at Wando High School)

UPCOMING Driver Instruction Schedule (at Wando High School):
2017
September 16, 2017
October 21, 2017
November 18, 2017 
December 16, 2017

2018
January 20, 2018        May 19, 2018
February 17, 2018      June 11, 2018 
March 17, 2018           July 16, 2018 
April 21, 2018             August 18, 2018


Instructor Brad Smith teaches everyone's favorite subject, Algebra 2. His main passion is hanging out with his beautiful wife and baby boy, but when he has free time, he helps out with basketball at Wando. Brad was a bass player in a band you've definitely heard of called Kooty and the Rollfish back in the day at Presbyterian College. He wants your kids to be safe on the road and he wants to be the one to show them how!
Franchisee/instructor Craig Whitman is a water-skier, a runner, and has a couple of small business ventures. He and his family are members of East Cooper Baptist Church. He is married to a saint and has two teenage boys who keep him busier than is reasonable. He loves Excel spreadsheets and knows all about teenagers from first-hand experience with his own two boys and is up for the challenge of teaching yours to drive.

Instructor Jason Brisini teaches AP Human Geography and is the Social Studies Department Chair at Wando High School. During his time at Wando, he has been lucky enough to coach baseball, football, and currently coaches golf. Because all of the other instructors have pictures with their children, he found it necessary to use a picture of him and his animal child, Abby. One of his proudest accomplishment in life is being a certified bus driver, so he is excited to teach teenagers how to master driving so everyone is safe. 
Instructor Michael Waldkirch is a teacher and coach at Wando High School, where he has been for 5 years. He coaches football and teaches Probability and Statistics. One of the few teachers that is better than him would be his wife. He is a huge Clemson fan and graduate. He looks forward to helping your teenager become a safe driver.
Instructor Roger is a Project Manager at an architectural engineering firm in Mount Pleasant. He is a very patient father of three daughters (two in college, and his oldest is a teacher at Wando HS). Roger, his wife, and two Jack Russell Terriers relocated from Minneapolis to Mount Pleasant in the Spring of 2016. After 20 years of living in the frozen North, it was time to move South! Roger's wife will tell you that he likes to shop and watch sappy movies on Netflix with her, and he loves fresh salads. In reality though, he enjoys walking on the beach, working in his wood shop, and he prefers a fat and juicy burger over a salad any day. Roger looks forward to working with your son or daughter on their driving skills, and he will probably try to pass along a little wisdom gained from years of life experience.