AUSTIN — An outdoor driving school in Phoenix is planning to open its doors to the general public Friday.

Anderson Driving School said its “Driving School of Phoenix” is opening up to everyone to come in and get some driving lessons.

It said it plans to offer driving lessons from 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., 7 days a week.

Its website says it offers driving lessons at least once a week from June through October.

It also has a driving clinic on Wednesdays at 9 a., which will be open from 7 a. to 11 p. M. in the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport parking lot.

Anderson said its training sessions will be held at the airport.

The school has trained more than 8,000 drivers for nearly three decades.

It is owned by The Anderson Driving Institute, a Phoenix-based company.

The school has had its fair share of critics.

Last year, a woman died after she fell while trying to practice her driving skills in the school’s parking lot, according to the Phoenix New Times.

The New Times reported that an incident report found the woman had a blood alcohol level of 0.22 percent and was wearing an oxygen mask when she fell.

She was pronounced dead at the scene.

The woman’s family sued Anderson for wrongful death and wrongful injury.