Marcus Vargas, that is the name of the instructor that you should ask for. I had a ten hour driving lesson with him and after a month I went to take my driving test and passed it. I am from Queens, N.Y. and that was my very first road test. :-)Marcus is not your average teacher. He will talk and cover the topics that you have to learn BUT YOU AS THE STUDENT NEED TO DO YOUR PART TOO, that means you have to study and practice as much as you can until you master the rules and the basics.He may be a very very excellent teacher but your progress will still rely on your commitment and focus.He geared me up in parallel parking, in turning and doing U-turns. He guided me and always made me alert of what is going on around me. What I love about Marcus is that he really concentrates on the psychology and the philosophy of driving, it made the two hour lessons less boring and a bit entertaining. He helped me a great deal on handling my fears and in anticipating situations that might arise while in the road (some of them did happen).I also had a five-hour sit in class with Ms. Margaret. Ms. Margaret will open your eyes to the seriousness of driving a vehicle. Trust me, after this class, there is nothing that you will value more than your safety, and the safety of the people around you. She is very knowledgeable and very passionate about the things that she teaches, I highly recommend her too.Learn-Rite Driving School is indeed a very excellent driving school from the professionalism of the receptionists (Beth and Mable, thank you ladies) to the passion and skillfullness of the driving instructors. I definitely recommend this school to anyone who needs their service. Every penny spent is worth it.