On average, drivers from a school in Texas pay about $3,000 more in tuition than drivers from an average school in California.

The Associated Press examined tuition data from all the state’s driving schools and found that driving schools in Texas spend about $7,500 more on tuition than California drivers.

The AP examined the cost of driving school fees for drivers in the state from Jan. 1, 2018, through Oct. 31, 2018.

This report includes fees charged by schools based on a $1,000 credit for a driver’s degree, which the AP said was the most common driving school fee charged.

Drivers who enrolled in a school that was based in Texas received a credit that could be used to offset the cost to the driver of the vehicle, the AP reported.

Drivers who attended a school outside of Texas could not be charged a fee.

The amount of tuition charged by a school based in a state varies, the Associated Press reported.

But the AP found that a school could charge drivers from Texas more than $9,000 in tuition, even if the driver earned an associate’s degree.

Driving schools in Florida, Georgia, Kentucky and Tennessee, along with a number of other states, charge tuition for drivers with associate’s degrees, the report said.

The cost of attending a driving school is based on what’s known as a loan, which is the difference between what the school charges the driver and what the driver earns in the course of their education.

The amount of a driver loan is determined by their earnings, including the interest rate on the loan and the rate on their earnings.

The AP said that the average loan in the United States is about $2,500 and that many states have different loan rates.

The average tuition charged to drivers in Texas was about $6,000, according to the AP.

Driven in a carThe average driver who attended driving school in Georgia spent about $8,500 on the tuition, according the AP, compared with about $5,400 in California, $4,500 in Florida and about $1 in Kentucky.

The driver who was from a state with a higher average loan rate, in Georgia, spent about twice as much as the average driver from California, the study found.

In Kentucky, the average amount of student tuition charged was about four times as much in 2018 as it was in 2015, the last year for which data was available, the student reported.

The average student who attended Driving School in Tennessee was about three times as rich as the typical driver who went to driving school there.

The study said the cost could vary depending on the driving school’s location and if the school’s curriculum includes courses in computer science, math, engineering, automotive safety and emergency management.

The school’s tuition also could be adjusted based on an individual student’s income, the university said.

For more information, visit the AP’s website at www.ap.org/learn.