Check driving schools through BBB

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Finding the right school for your soon-to-be-driver means doing your homework.

That's the advice from the Better Business Bureau.

The BBB says it's logged more than 700 complaints nationally against driving instruction schools and courses.

Dwight Kealoha, the CEO of Hawaii's BBB, says parents and students should check with the Department of Motor Vehicles to learn more about all of the necessary requirements and to verify the driving school instructor's license status."

For information on driving schools in Hawaii you can visit the Hawaii BBB'swebsite at

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