Marks Driving School. If I could give less than 1 star, I would. The customer service was despicable. I had called three (plus) times and had been told that I would be called back later. The lady who answered was rude and demanding. After telling her I had chosen another driving school to go through she said, and I quote, "let me explain something to you that you don't understand." This was followed by a very condescending conversation telling me why I was in the wrong. Tell me if I am wrong, but is it not important that in the time and day we live in any business transaction in a small community is crucial? I feel as a new driver it is important to learn from someone who is positive and uplifting and from personal experiences and several reviews I have found that Marks driving school displays exactly the opposite. I will not recommend Marks Driving school, if anything I will tell people not to even consider Marks.
Marks Driving School. I had high expectations, but they were disappointing from the beginning. The wife told me that her husband would be providing the lesson because he was the more patient one ... so, when the wife showed up at the door, I was a bit concerned. She was right about herself, not patient. She started out criticizing my kid for waiting until our gated community gates fully opened to exit (even though there's a big sign telling people to do that). And then it went downhill from there, criticizing at every turn. Now some of that might be appropriate during a driving lesson. What's not appropriate is the wife taking several phone calls during the 2 hour lesson. I would not recommend Mark's Driving School, especially for nervous drivers.
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