Stop And Go Driving

Stop And Go Driving

Classroom Course Only $49.00 + State & Court Fees

Stop and Go is the only driving school that offers an online curriculum approved by the Arizona MVD for Driver’s Education. It’s this in-depth knowledge that has helped us thrive in Arizona for more than 20 years.

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All students completing a driving program through Stop and Go Driving School will be issued a completion certificate to present to your insurance company. This certificate will satisfy insurance carriers, however we highly recommend that you check with your insurance to determine whether your policy has specific requirements to be eligible for a discount.

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Why Stop and Go Driving School. Skip the Road Test at the MVD. Insurance Certificate – insurance companies offer a substantial discount after completing any of our courses. We come to you for Behind-the-Wheel training within the greater Tucson area. Flexibility – We offer Behind the Wheel training, 7 days a week! (except major Holidays).

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Stop and Go Driving School gives private, one-on-one driving lessons. They pick you up at your home, offer flexible hours, a variety of driving and the instructors and staff are professional and AM PM.

Stop and Go Driving School

Our car experts choose every product we feature. We may earn money from the links on this page. The concept is simple enough — if you’re stopped at a red light or train crossing, you don’t need the engine; if the engine isn’t running, you’re not wasting any energy.

But what’s really going on? If you do a lot of stop-and-go driving, you’re reducing emissions and saving fuel by not idling for extended periods. The electric starter that was designed to fire your engine a few times a day now has to start the same engine every time the car comes to a full stop. Obviously, a starter that was designed for 50, start cycles can’t suddenly be responsible for K start cycles, so automakers have phased in special starters to better handle the stress.

The frequent cycling can strain internal engine parts, too. Better self-lubrication means the engine will be better protected until pressurized oil arrives after the engine is running. Even without special bearings, engine oil technology has also improved, meaning there’s a better layer of protection already on the bearings to prevent excessive wear.

Lifting your foot off the brake and, on some systems, turning the steering wheel will restart the engine, usually bringing it up to speed by the time your foot reaches the accelerator pedal. With a manual transmission, shifting to neutral and releasing the clutch generally switches off the engine; pushing in the clutch pedal starts it back up, and the car is ready to go by the time you have it in gear. Depending on the vehicle, the engine may also restart if the climate control system needs additional heating or cooling; the system may also deactivate if the weather outside is above or below a certain temperature.

Will this save you thousands of dollars in gas? Not likely, but if you live in a congested area, the few extra miles you might get from a tank of fuel will add up, as will the less-visible emissions benefits. This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses.

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