The online driver education course is designed to present 30 hours of instructional material, the state required minimum. The course is broken into manageable, easy to digest lessons, and the system remembers your progress if you sign out. Work through the program at your own pace-as quickly or slowly as you'd like. As a bonus, the price of the course includes access to a free practice permit test! We have certified and experienced driving instructors that will teach your loved one defensive driving techniques in a safe and positive atmosphere.
Our Safe Driver Training courses have been designed to educate participants about the realities of driving, empowering them to safely and efficiently handle a variety of challenging scenarios on the road. In addition, our intensive driving courses will make drivers significantly safer behind the wheel. Techniques that reduce wear and increase fuel efficiency will also be covered in detail. Our full-day teen driving course in California combines valuable classroom time with seven instructive driving sessions designed to let participants put their new-found skills into practice behind the wheel of a road car. In the morning, teen drivers will rotate through four practical sessions concentrating on proper steering technique, skid control and recovery, emergency braking and accident avoidance under braking, and emergency lane changes at 40 mph. Following that, we embark on our distracted driver course, which explores ways of avoiding the various forms of distraction lying in wait for modern drivers.
S, returns to Cal-State San Marcos this weekend. S, a non-profit organization, provides hands-on advanced driver training to teens and their parents. This organization was founded by racing champion Doug Herbert in honor of his two sons who lost their lives in a tragic car crash in
Each participant will split the driving time in the car, but both will get to experience all of the classroom and defensive driving drills covered in the standard teen program format. Students will benefit from the "watch and learn" environment of a Double-Up Day. Many parents sign up for the Double-Up Day so they can participate and also bond with their teen.