Katy, Texas—Katy Driving School, a driving school that offers drivers and passengers a variety of lessons on the fundamentals of driving in Texas, is expanding to Austin.

The school, located at 405 Highway 1 and Interstate 35, will become the eighth Austin-based driving school and the first in the U.S. to open after a long process of negotiation and litigation.

The driving school was founded by Katy-area driver, Katy Brown.

It was founded in 2015 by Katy Brown and her husband, Robert.

Katy Driving School will be located at the intersection of the Katy Freeway and Interstate 5, about two miles north of downtown Katy.

It will have about 1,000 students.

Katy-based driver, Katie Brown, said Katy-born Katy driving is a perfect fit for the Austin-area.

“This is a really good place for Katy-raised kids to learn,” Brown said.

Katy driving will have its own private room and cafeteria, and Katy-bred Katy drivers will be able to drive their own vehicles and take courses.

Katy driver, Katy Brown, will be the head instructor at Katy driving.

Katy Driving School is also offering a one-hour driver education program that will give drivers the knowledge to drive safely in their own communities.

Katy drivers are encouraged to take the driving test as soon as they graduate from Katy Driving school, Brown said, and students will be encouraged to pass it.

Katy is a booming city that boasts a mix of residents and companies that have built a thriving tech sector.

Katy’s population is about 5,000, and it has been expanding since 2011.

Katy has been growing its tech workforce.

The city is one of the fastest-growing in the nation and the largest in Texas.

Katy will welcome a second Katy driving academy after expanding the school’s teaching and training facilities and hiring more students.

The Katy Driving Academy is expected to open later this year.

Katy also is a hotbed of tech and entrepreneurial activity.

Brown said Katy driving has become a big part of the city’s economy, especially in the tech and technology-related industries.

“We’re really excited to be a part of this great community that Katy is,” Brown added.

Katy was ranked number one in a new national ranking released by the National Association of Manufacturers in the first quarter of this year for the number of tech jobs added in the city and surrounding area.

Katy, a city of about 1.5 million people, is home to the Texas A&M University, the University of Houston and the University Of Houston Medical Center.

Katy offers about 4,300 public schools, which include about 600 charter schools and about 500 private schools.

Katy school has about 8,300 students enrolled in its charter school program.

Katy students can earn their driver licenses through a combination of the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation and a driver education course.

Katy Driver Education Association president, Chris Wood, said the Katy Driving Schools program was one of several initiatives Katy launched this year to attract more drivers to Katy and Austin.

Wood said the school is not affiliated with any Texas school, but will be a place where drivers can learn more about driving in Austin and Houston.

“Our goal is to make sure Katy drivers can get their licenses and get out and do something positive in their community,” Wood said.

The program will offer driver education courses and will be open from the beginning of the school year to summer and fall.

Katy School is expected have its first classes for drivers at the beginning the second week of June.

Katy Drive School will open in June.

“The school has a great vision and a great commitment to the local community and we’re excited to welcome Katy drivers to our driving school,” Brown told the Houston Chronicle.

Katy Brown said that Katy Driving will offer the most comprehensive driving instruction in the state.

Katy Drivers School is located in Katy, about a 20-minute drive from downtown Katy, and is located at 515 Highway 1, about six miles south of downtown Houston.

Katy and surrounding areas are home to more than 10,000 residents and businesses.

Katy currently has about 12,000 drivers.

Brown, Katy’s founding president, said that the Katy driving schools will be an investment for the city.

Katy can attract many different kinds of drivers.

Katy provides students with skills and knowledge on topics like driving skills, insurance, and how to drive in the rain.

Katy Texans can also expect the school to provide lessons on basic driving skills and the right ways to drive on a busy road.

Katy residents are also a huge fan of Katy driving and are enthusiastic about the school.

“It’s just a great thing for Katy,” Brown quipped.

Katy Texas is one the fastest growing cities in the country and a tech hub, with more than 8,000 jobs in the area, according to the latest report from the U