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Distracted Driving...a real threat

If you thought typing a text message while dodging traffic at 65 mph was dangerous...you're absolutely right!  IT IS!  But also consider the many other "multi-tasking" perils while driving like shaving your legs, reading a book, lifting weights, or eating.  All of these and more are happening on America's roads every day.

Drivers gone wild
Distracted driving at an all-time high
Inexperienced drivers at greater risk (video provided by PacTrans)
Distracted Driving Information & Guidance
     

image of teen driver at wheel with text "share the drive: parents matter"

 

 

 

 

 

Parents Matter in Driver Training

Parents are a crucial part of our driver training program.  We have found that teens who have a parent directly involved in the training process perform better in the classroom and on the road.  Here are a few resources for parents:

  Helpful Coaching Tips
  Three Ways Parents help with safety
  Parent Guide for teen drivers
  Risk factors for teens 
  10 things to know about teen driving
     
frustrated kid taking a test  

Online Practice Tests

If you're looking for a little more practice than what's given in the back of the DMV book, then this is the place for you.  Driving-tests.org offer FREE DMV permit practice tests that cover everything you need to know to pass your test.  There are literally hundreds of questions available to test your knowledge in:

  • Fines and Limits
  • Signs and Situations
  • Road Signs
  • General knowledge rules and laws
  • T/F scenarios and more

Practice an unlimited amount of times absolutely free.  No need to register or subscribe to anything.  Let us know how it works for you!  

 

     
you snooze you lose, don't drive drowsy  

Drowsy Driving can be lethal

Drunk driving and distracted driving grab headlines, but drowsy driving is potentially an equally lethal combination.  More than one in five fatal crashes involve driver fatigue, according to new research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety...  Read the full article