Mezgebu is a very nice instructor with a lot of passion. I really like him and he is so helpful.I passed the road test after 3 2-hr classes. He is very serious about his job. He would say as it is so you improve every minute you are in the car with him.He teaches you real life driving skills, which makes passing the road test easier.
Serving the Saint Paul Area.
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I've had 2 bad experiences in a row with Paula the Receptionist. She was combative 02/06/2017 around 10:30 am when I asked what time my instructor was coming and expressed that I didn't know the name, in a disgruntled fashion- Paula moans "I'll just CHECK through all these names HOLD". Today, after having a less than satisfactory and dangerous lesson(such as brakeing in the middle of an intersection, even though the turn was safe to go) I give Midway Driving School a call and reach Paul again at 10:04 am (02/07/2017) and try to explain that I felt that my lesson was not productive and my instructor was well equipped to help me learn, before I could finish my concerns- I was cut off and received a combative response in an angry tone diminishing the situation she was not a part of. I'm concerned for Paula's health and I feel as if she is doing the business more harm than good. I've paid $460 for lessons, been respectful as I could be for someone who got screamed at by an receptionist. I asked for the Owner, she said Tony didn't have a number, I asked for the email address, she gave me the website link and told me I can go on there to get it. Take your money else where!
I was a little disappointed by the inexperience of the instructor and the lack of knowledge about the city streets. I was expecting someone with at least 5 years of experience, not someone with less than a year (especially at $75/hour). Instructor was pretty laid back but at times I worried he wasn't paying close attention to where we were going. There was a lot of confusion about the directions, which is the last thing a new driver needs to worry about ("turn left, no wait, turn right.... actually no, keep going straight..wait, yeah, straight"). The actual parking lot instruction with the cones was useful since we weren't out in actual traffic, and was the redeeming quality of the instruction. But if you're looking for experienced instructors, look elsewhere.