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TEEN DRIVER COURSE

Learn the skills necessary

to become a safe and responsible driver

ENROLL

Based on the state approved curriculum our Teen Driver Course consists of 24 hours of classroom instruction and 8 hours of  behind-the-wheel (BTW) training.

 

 

TOPICS COVERED

IN CLASS

 

1) INTERSECTIONS

2) DEFENSIVE DRIVING

3) EMERGENCIES

4) DUI/DWI

5) FREEWAY DRIVING

6) CITY DRIVING

7) RAILROAD CROSSINGS

8) VEHICLE MAINTENANCE

 

 

The 24 hours of classroom instruction is divided into eight 3-hour class sessions. It is here that the student will be informed with the knowledge base about safely driving an automobile. Utilizing various teaching methods including: lecture, hands-on and video/multimedia presentations, students will be informed about driving safely in a meaningful and memorable way.

 

Mon, Tue, Thur: 6:30pm to 9:40pm

(includes 10min break)

 

Sat: 9:00am to 12:10pm

(includes 10min break)

Class Calander

 

AREAS COVERED DURING BTW TRAINING

 

1) BASIC DRIVE

(Left & right turns, rural roads, lane changing, maneuverability)

 

2) CITY DRIVE

(Left & right turns @ major intersections, one way streets)

 

4) FREEWAY DRIVE

(Entering and exiting, handling merging traffic)

 

3) EXAM DRIVE

(Simulated exam (road/maneuverability test)

 

The 8 hours of behind the wheel (BTW) training consists of four 2-hour drive sessions. Here the students hone their driving skills and begin to develop and master good technique and habits that will help prepare them to successfully pass their driving exam and equip them for a lifetime of safe and responsible driving.

 

*Maneuverability will be practiced on each drive session (accumulating 1.5-2 hours total practice time)

 

Students will be assigned to one of our instructors and scheduled by the instructor.

CLASS #4

 DUI / DWI

 

• Impaired Driving

• Alcohol (affects on the body)

• Other Substances

• Zero Tolerance (DWI Laws)

• Fatigue

• Distracted Driving

CLASS #5
FREEWAY DRIVING

 

• Highway Transportation Sys.

• Passing (one way / two way)

• Entering/Exiting the Freeway

• Handling Merging Traffic

• Emergency Stops

• Trucks

CLASS #6
CITY DRIVING

 

• Downtown Intersections

• Restricted Lanes (Bike/Bus)

• One Way Streets

• Parked Cars

• Unique Downtown Situations

• Organ Donation

CLASS #7

 RAILROAD CROSSINGS

 

• Maneuverability

• Road Rage

• Railroad Crossings

• Railroad Warnings Signs

• Rules for Safe Crossing

• Insurance

CLASS #8

VEHICLE MAINTENANCE

 

• Buying & Selling (new/used)

• Warning Lights

• Vehicle Controls & Systems

• Mechanical Parts & Systems

• Maintenance Schedule

• Anti-lock Braking System ABS

CLASS #1
INTERSECTIONS

 

• What is an Intersection

• Stop & Thru Streets

• Levels of Traffic Control

• Stopping Points

• Pedestrians (Yield)

•Right turns, Left turns

CLASS #2
DEFENSIVE DRIVING

 

• Sight planning (Smith System)

• Lane Changing

• Defensive Driving (S.P.I.D.E)

• Visual Habits

• Speed Limits

• Signs and Road Markings

CLASS #3

 EMERGENCIES

 

• Emergency Yields

• Respectful Yields (funeral)

• Safety Yields (school bus)

• Driving in the rain/snow

• Driving at Night

• Equipment Failure

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