Orlando, Florida (AP) A driving school is taking shape in an otherwise nondescript office park in the heart of the Central Florida city of Orlando.

The Driving School of Orlando, a nonprofit organization, plans to offer the three-month course in an Orlando suburb where more than 10,000 people live.

Its founder says he hopes the course will help the young drivers learn how to be more confident and confident driving.

The students are encouraged to share their driving experiences and discuss strategies for improving their skills.

Orlando is one of only a handful of U.S. cities with a driving school.

The driving school began in 2007 and is now one of more than 50 in the U.K. and the Netherlands.

Driving School founder Scott S. Brown says the course helps to build the driver’s confidence and “build a foundation for the future.”

“I’m excited to be here and see this class grow and grow,” said Brown, who teaches for the International Driving School.

A driving school typically costs $10,000 to $15,000, but the school’s goal is to have the program open for free to any driver who has a learner’s permit.

The driving school hopes to hire a second instructor to help with the curriculum.

The goal is also to offer free training to drivers who want to become drivers.

“If you don’t have any experience, we will help you learn,” said Sian M. Collins, president of Driving School, in a phone interview.

In a country where the number of people who drive has fallen, Collins says the driving school’s training program is an answer to the growing need for more confidence and safety in the automobile.

Driving is a growing part of the U of T’s life, said Brown.

But he also points out that the school has a history of offering education in other disciplines.

He says driving schools around the world have come and gone.

He hopes the Orlando program will continue to grow.

Collins says the Driving School will expand to other cities in Florida and other U.s. before eventually expanding to other U of L campuses.