Meet the Staff - OWNER & INSTRUCTOR


Vickey Sullivan Lee


For many years it has been my dream to open my own driving school. 

I have always enjoyed working with people of all ages and feel  that the new and inexperienced drivers should be taught all road and right-a-way rules versus just "staying between the lines".

Growing up, I lived in Louisiana where you could get your driver license at the young age of 15 years old.  This is when I fell in love with driving. After high school, I accepted a position with the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles as a Driver License Examiner. I was later  promoted to District Supervisor where I spent the next 27 years.

After  I retired from DMV, I worked as a driving instructor for over four  years.  My experience as an Examiner and Instructor insures that I understand what is needed for you to become a safe driver and to obtain a driver license.

My students frequently tell me that I am very patient and make them feel at ease behind the wheel. I always try to make my students comfortable and find it very rewarding when I see the look on their faces when they get their first driver license. 

Meet the Staff - INSTRUCTOR


Peggy Martin


Hi. I grew up in the little town of Four Oaks and graduated in 1983 from South Johnston High School. At that time, I was unsure about what I wanted to do with my future until I met Rodney, the love of my life. Rodney & I spent our first four years living the Raleigh/Wake Forest area. During those four years, I went to Rutledge College in Raleigh, NC for 1 year and received a degree in Secretarial skills. Then, I worked about 3 years as a secretary at Hartford Insurance Company in Raleigh. During this time, we also became proud parents of two precious little boys. In 1989, we purchased our first home in Erwin, NC and lived there for five years. While living in Erwin I was a stay at home mom until 1994, when we moved back to my home town of Four Oaks, NC. My boys attended Four Oaks Elementary School and I accepted a part-time position with Creative Caps. In 1996, I was hired by Johnston County Schools and over the past twenty years I have been a teacher assistant and bus driver. 

I also decided to return to school and attended Campbell University part-time, 

receiving a Bachelor Degree of Science in Education in 2010. 

I became certified to teach drivers education in 2015 and I love

Meet the Staff - INSTRUCTOR


Wiley 'Max' Altman, Jr.



After graduating from Angier High School in 1971, 

I continued my education at Campbell University. 

In 1975, I graduated from Campbell with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health and P.E. and soon after began my 38 year career as a teacher and coach. 

I also have 22 years experience teaching driver's education; 

18 of those years with Harnett County Schools, 2 years with Jordan Driving School, 

and 2 years at Learn 2 Drive Driving School where I enjoy working with Vickey and 

teaching students how to safely drive with confidence.

In my free time, I prefer to be outdoors for some bass fishing.

Meet the Staff - OFFICE




Bio coming soon.