Lake Superior Driving School has been serving the Marquette County area for over 33 years.  It has been my privilege to serve the area as a Driver Education Instructor for over 2 generations of students.  It is with mixed emotions that I must post this announcement.  I will be retiring as of the end of this year (2022).  I have made many a friend through our Driver Education business and I see them throughout Marquette County on a regular basis.

Life changes over time, and that includes my life too.  I have enjoyed spending time teaching your sons and daughters how to drive properly but the time has come to spend more time with my family and friends over the remaining days of my life.  It has truly been my honor for many years to have served you.

With great admiration and respect for our youth and our parents,
Thanks for considering us for your Driver Education needs,
Mr. Mark T. McNabb

My last Segment 1 and Segment 2 classes will begin in November and December of 2022 and will end no later than December 31st, 2022.

dodge avengerMr. Mark McNabb (owner/instructor) has taught Driver Education since 1990. Over 13,750 students have successfully completed his programs. Our Defensive Driving classes teach SAFETY first!

Adult driving is available for people 18 years or older. You must have a Temporary Instruction Permit issued by the Secretary of State – $90 per 2 hour session. We will pick-up and deliver you home in Marquette County.

Lake Superior Driving School is fully insured and bonded to teach Driver Education in the state of Michigan.

Thank you for considering Lake Superior Driving School. Have a great day!

Contact us if you have any questions.

Lake Superior Driving School
661 East M-35 Gwinn, MI 49841

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dodge avengerOur Home Locations are at:

Marquette Hope Connection Center
927 W. Fair Ave.
Marquette, MI

Marquette Hope    Gwinn High School
111 E. Ridge St.      50 W. State Highway M-35
Marquette, MI        Gwinn, MI
Recession Proof Prices
Segment I- $425
Segment II- $75


Segment I Information

Segment I students must be 14 years and 8 months old (minimum) to take this class.

  • 24 classroom hours
  • 6 hours behind the wheel

Segment II Information

Segment II Students must have taken and completed a Segment I class 90 days prior to this class.  Students must have held their level 1 license for a minimum of 90 days.  They must also have 30 hours of parent supervised driving on their level 1 license and prove it with a parent signed driving experience log.