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Serving Central New York Since 1963
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National Safety Council - ALIVE AT 25
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Ask About Driver's Ed
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National Safety Council - 6 HOUR DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE
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Private Driving Lessons
Over 50 years of the highest standards in the industry!
Held twice monthly on Sundays. Click here for more information.
Click here for more information!
Reduce your auto insurance by up to 10%
7 days a week!

Branch's Driving School, Inc.

Yes, it is that time of year! Ask our team about Gift Certificates for the holiday season.

Welcome to our family! For over 53 years we have maintained the highest standards in the industry. We provide exceptional training at a reasonable price. Our reputation for quality, years of experience, and friendly service is well known throughout the community. Branch's now offers the Alive at 25 course, required by some high schools or traffic court. Also, take the 5-hour course (required before you schedule your road test) & 6-hour defensive driving course (save 10% on your auto insurance and reduce points), and ask about Driver's Ed. We have a fleet of NEW and SAFE autos, the two latest being 2016 with all the new features - back up cameras - and other technology. Generations have chosen Branch's because of our community partherships and corporate responsibility to our community - we give back!  Before you go out on the road, trust the instructors at Branch’s to teach you the rules of the road, and how to drive safely. If you are a new driver learning how to drive for the first time, or looking to refresh your skills, we have the most "patient" and "experienced" New York State Certified instructors to help you achieve your goals. We have served over 600,000 customers since 1963!

Part of the Syracuse community since 1963! *** CELEBRATED 53 YEARS IN APRIL - 2016***

Awards & Honors

National Safety Council

Powerful Performance Public Award - 2015
Powerful Performance Public Award - 2014
Best Performance Award Nationally - 2013
Trend Setter of the Year Award - 2012
Best Performance Award Nationally - 2011
Trend Setter of the Year Award - 2010
Best Performance Award Nationally - 2009
Best Performance Award Nationally - 2008
Trend Setter of the Year Award - 2007
Agency of the Year Award - 2006

 

Branch's Driving School
is a member of:

The Syracuse Chamber of Commerce
Fayetteville-Manlius Chamber of Commerce
Cicero Chamber of Commerce
Liverpool Chamber of Commerce
The Better Business Bureau
The Better Business Bureau

Upcoming Classes & Events

6 Hour Defensive Driving
Next Class: December 9 - ,
Approved by the NYS DMV under the Point and Insurance Reduction Program - Branch's is a multi year AWARD winner! Tell your friends and family about our premier training agency!

Alive @ 25
Next Class: December 11 - ,
$60.00 at the door or $50.00 (pre-pay online and save)
A minimum of 3 students required to hold the class

6 Hour Defensive Driving - Split Class
Next Class: December 19 - ,
Must attend both nights.
Approved by the NYS DMV under the Point and Insurance Reduction Program - Branch's is a multi year AWARD winner! Tell your friends and family about our premier training agency!

HOLIDAY CLOSED
December 25 - ,
BE SAFE!

Happy New Year - CLOSED
January 1, 2017

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In The News

November 1, 2016
Syracuse.com: Don't drive like trash. It's now illegal to speed past garbage trucks in NYS

Are you thinking about speeding past a garbage truck? Trash that thought.
As of Tuesday, Nov. 1, it is illegal to speed past garbage trucks in New York State. The law requires motorists to slow down when approaching and driving around trucks that have stopped to collect garbage or recycling.
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November 21, 2015
Police and first responders raise awareness about impaired driving

From LocalSYR.com - During the 2013 holiday season, more than 1,000 people died in crashes.
Read the full article
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June 2, 2014
Texting and No Seatbelts: Worrisome Teen Driver Trends

From NBCNews.com - According to the latest data from Safe Kids Worldwide, the leading cause of death among teens is car accidents.
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