San Jose, CA Excel Driving School

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1. ART Excel - CLOSED

2370 Walsh AveSanta Clara, CA 95051

From Business: Raising Healthy happy Kids

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The lady who was with me for t...

The lady who was with me for the behind the wheel lesson was BEYOND rude to me. When I wasn't driving fast enough for her she would literally shout at me to speed up. No, not calmly tell me to, yelled. And she would proceed to tell me that if she was driving behind me, she would have cut me off. I can understand that it was reality, and slow driving will lead to being cut off. But to say that after screaming at me to speed up, it's like a slap in the face.When we went to practice parking, I already told her beforehand that parking was one of my weaknesses. I only tried two times, and after not parking perfectly on the second try, she very loudly, let out a frustrated sigh. She didn't even attempt to hide it. She told me her technique of parking in a parking lot and when I couldn't get it right, she would become very angry and exasperated. And keep in mind, this was ONLY after two or three tries. Basically, she was a very impatient, rude, and condescending person.I don't know what her problem is, I was nothing but polite and nice to her. After my 2 hours was over, we went to pick up the next student. Now, when THIS student wasn't driving fast enough, she calmly and gently reminded her to speed up. She didn't yell and scream at her. Maybe she plays the favorites game, I can't say for sure. But I am definitely not staying to find out.