I think Bedford might offer driver's ed. I saw a car sporting the "Student Driver" and "Bedford HS" signs containing three teenagers and an adult. The car, that is, not the signs. The adult was riding shotgun and talking on his cell phone while the student driver hogged the left lane on Alexis.
Back in the 1960s at good old Sylvania High School there was an old man named Zechman who taught driver's education. One day he loaded up the Chevvy Impala with four students, put one student behind the wheel and headed North on US 23. Traffic was light, the day was pretty and warm...
and Zechman fell asleep.
No, I'm not kidding. He fell asleep right there with four irresponsible teenagers in the car while Northbound on US 23, headed for - you guessed it! - Ann Arbor, that Babylon of licentious, lewd, lascivious hippies, war protesters and ne'er do wells that our mothers warned us about.
The kids kept driving, and pretty soon is was time to get off the breezeway and park the car, and take the keys, and get some lunch, and stroll around downtown Ann Arbor a little, and spin the cube, and come up with a plan for when the kids had to go back to the car.
So the kids did that.
When the kids returned to the car they found that old Zechman had awakened from his little siesta and was trying to explain himself to the Ann Arbor PD. Zechman was not amused at the situation. Neither was the Sylvania High School assistant principal, whose name was Smiling Ed Murbough (I think).
The kids got a very stern lecture and might have got more, but one had the wit to go on the attack, pointing the finger of fate at Zechman and saying, "What about him, falling asleep and all?" Which drew silence from Smiling Ed.
So the kids got a holiday, the class got a good story that everyone will deny, and Zechman got to keep his pension.