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List of top driving schools in Kenya and Their Fee Charges

In Kenya,for one to be qualified to drive on road one must have certified license from NTSA guidelines and regulations.

Therefore most driving schools has emerged to increase levels of training. Here are some driving schools and there charges with the group of training.


This is the latest best driving school that has been recognized both nationally and international that has over 27 branches countywide, it's headquarters is located at AA buildings at North airport road,the school has been operating since 1963.also offers other additional training.

Below are the current charges for various driving courses offered in AA.

  • Light Vehicle Driving (Class B) Ksh17,500
  • Heavy Commercial Vehicle Driving (Class C) Ksh19,900
  • Commercial (PSV) Driving Course (Class D) Ksh11,500
  • Motorbike Riding (Class A) Ksh4,500
  • Refresher Course Ksh10,000

 Refresher Course comprises 15 practical lessons, while other courses take practical 30 sessions. AA contact details are as follows. One can either write to the school through address,


Seniors Driving school makes it in the list of the top ten best driving schools in the country. It has branches in Dandora, Kayole, Huruma, Dandora, Mlolongo, Kitengela, South B, as well as Thika Road.

The driving schools offers lessons such as Class D (Tractors), Class BCE as well as Class F/G (Motorbikes, etc), Class ART (Trailers), Class I (Earthmovers), Class E. All of the above comprise of unlimited theory plus 31 practical lessons, except for Class BCE which takes 50 practical lessons.


Rocky opened its doors to the public early 1990s. It has 23 branches across Kenya.

The school offers driving courses for Class A (Motorbikes), Class B (small cars), Class C (Light trucks), Class D (Passenger vehicles), Class E (Heavy truck), Class F (Disabled persons), and Class G (Plant operation).

For 20 practical lessons, one pays Ksh12,000 or Ksh18,000 for 30 lessons. Found in places like Ngong Road, Buruburu, South C, Kangemi, Westlands, Eastleigh among others. For more information.


Its headquarters are based at Capital House next to Ambassador Hotel, Moi Avenue. The school is among the biggest in the capital.

Petanns has branches in Kayole, Ruai, Dandora, Umoja, Buruburu, South B and Kangemi. The school charges depend on the course being offered.

For instance,

Class A2 (Motorbike) Ksh7,500 for 10 lessons.

Class A3 (Tuk-tuk) Ksh9,500 for 10 lessons.

Class B1 (Small cars) Ksh13,500 for 20 lessons.

Class B3 (Advanced/Executive) Ksh15,000 for 20 lessons.

Class C1 (Light trucks) Ksh14,500 for 20 lessons.

Class D1/D2 (PSV vehicles) Ksh15,000 for 20 lessons.

Class CE (Trailer) Ksh30,000 for 20 lessons.

Class G (Plant operation) Ksh55,000 for 20 lessons.


Known for over 36 years in training, the school ranks among the best known. Their headquarters are located along Tom Mboya street. Some of its branches are found in Ngara, Utawala, Ruaraka, Westlands as well as Industrial Area.

Being among the oldest driving institutions, the school is popular for its transparency and efficiency as pertaining to service delivery.

The charges for various courses include,

Motorbikes (Class A2 Ksh7,300 & Class A3 Ksh 7,300)

Class A2/A3 Motorbike test alone Ksh5,300

Class B (Manual Ksh11,300, Auto Ksh13,300 & Test only Ksh5,300)

Class C (Light trucks Ksh11,300, C/C1 Ksh12,300 and Test only Ksh5,300)

Class D (Vans up to 14-seater) Ksh5,300.

All of the above courses entail 20 practical lessons plus unlimited theory.

Refresher courses are also offered at rates such as,

Class B Manual Ksh800 per lesson.

Class C1 Manual Ksh900 per lesson.

Class B Automatic Ksh1,000 per lesson.

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