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Huttons Auto Driving School
Bronx NY 10467

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  • Reviews for Huttons Auto Driving School

    • Published 8/31/2011 9:20 AM

      Sam

      I liked my driving instructors. But the people in the program were incompetent. They don't know where my driving certificate is, tried to cheat me out lessons, and actively avoided me bc I needed a road test refund. These people shouldn't be in business.

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    • Published 4/18/2011 10:46 PM

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    • Published 7/7/2010 1:10 AM

      Anonymous

      I mean yes, the cars are pretty old, but still good to learn in. My instructor is pretty cool his name is John or j.b. he is really patient and teaches a lot of good points when it comes to driving. If y'all come to the school ask for him. He's very good

    • Published 2/19/2010 9:50 PM

      Nameless

      my God the videos are from 1980's you can barely see anything thats on them, the place reeks of alcohol. the people look very dirty my God. Go somewhere else people please

    • Published 12/21/2009 3:33 PM

      josh

      this driving school SUCKS!!! i do not recommend anyone to take their lessons at this school. i spent a large amount of money for lessons and it was a waste! i had three different instructors for a 1 month period. each insturtor taught a different way not helping me to learn anything!

    • Published 11/20/2009 10:30 AM

      Ashley D.

      it is a waste of time and your money if you go here. simple.

    • Published 7/13/2009 12:17 PM

      phil

      this school is not worth your time they are always late. stood me up

    • Published 2/16/2009 4:58 PM

      NYC B

      Like a comment below there instructors are very unprofessional, some came late and twice I was stood up, and rarely learned anything they never put me to practice in real traffic, I think they need to upgrade cars and instructors for the price they charge two thumbs down.

    • Published 11/20/2008 11:01 AM

      Alan

      They never answer their phone!

    • Published 5/27/2008 11:00 PM

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    • Published 5/22/2008 11:40 AM

      Paula

      I think they aren't up to part as for a professional driving school, I had instructors show up late one time not show up at all and the lessons weren't that great. They need to get it together Ms. Hutton should read these posting it might help with upgrading the old cars and instructors.

    • Published 4/18/2008 10:58 AM

      Cindy

      Their driver's are very unprofessional. They all tell you different things and their cars are old and beat up. I don't know how they are still in business.

    • Published 8/26/2006 8:52 AM

      Donna

      My son had a pretty good instructor, however, I cannot understand how this driving school is still in business. I was told when I signed my son up and gave them money, that he would take lessons, get his 5 hour class, and take his road test. If he should pass the road test, he would get his license at the age of 17. Unfortunately that was not true at all. My son did all of the above and when he turned 17, he was informed by Motor Vechicle that he needed an MV-285 form that only driver's ed can give to you. Hutton's told me they were equivalent to a driver's ed school, however, when I asked for this form they told me they don't carry them. In addition, when I called Hutton's to ask a question, each person I spoke with had a different answer. One person said you can get your license at 17 and one said they didn't know the correct age. I was truly misinformed and it will now cost me an additional $450.00 in driver's ed fees in order for my son to upgrade to a senior license, or, he has to wait another year until he turns 18. This made me furious. If you child wants to take driving lessons, I suggest you take them at your nearest high school. Yours truly, Donna

    • Published 7/30/2006 10:10 AM

      Denise

      The instructor my son had was good. I just wanted to comment that I was misinformed. Please be aware your child CANNOT get his/her license at age 17. They must go to Drivers Ed thru school

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