Real Driving School (RDS) is a free driving game for Android. If you're familiar with Android-based driving simulators, you'll find the controls for this game easy to master. RDS features turn signals, brake and acceleration pedals and a handbrake for dramatic turns and stunts.
If you enjoy the concept of driving school games, give Driving School 2017 and Real Driving Sim a try. Both games have superior quality cars with better-developed driving school functionality.
Real Driving School has interesting gameplay mechanics not shared by leading driving simulators. RDS lets you build cars and sell them to other players via the chat function for in-game currency. You can also duel other players in races, make friends and ultimately become part of a community of die-hard Real Driving School enthusiasts.
Graphics and features
The graphics of Real Driving School are exceptional. On its highest settings, you'd almost think you're looking at a real video of a vehicle driving. The reflections are ultra-realistic, while the interiors are extremely detailed. However, the non-player character (NPC) cars on the road leave much to be desired; the environment looks unfinished and bland.
Having been on the market for a while, Real Driving School isn’t as feature-rich as other driving simulators. There are, however, more customisations you can make to the car, but the options under each customisation menu are more limited than other games. Rival developers easily beat Real Driving School's variety of vehicles. Additionally, vehicles in other games are more realistically priced.
Pay to play
Unfortunately, Real Driving School falls into the pay-to-play category, with most of its high-end vehicles being so high priced that you'd need to buy in-game cash with real money to unlock them. Some cars are only available via real-money purchases, and other pointless content like turning your car into a police car costs real money too.
Not a driving school
The fundamental driving mechanics and road regulations that form the foundation of the driving school concept are missing. While the game is smooth and well made in some respects, it’s more of a driving game where the road is yours to dominate. Turn signals and speedometers seem irrelevant when there’s no real incentive to stop or obey a speed limit. There seem to be no consequences for your in-game actions.