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Tis the Season to be Cautious…

Tis the Season to be Cautious…

If your teen got their license over the summer, they may appreciate a refresher course on how to drive on snow/ice covered roads. For instance, Veteran Crash Investigator and Driver Safety Expert, Mike Pehl takes his students to an empty parking lot and has them practice how to regain control of their car if it

A Commonsense Approach to Driver Education

A Commonsense Approach to Driver Education

Veteran Crash Investigator and Driver Safety Expert, Mike Pehl says- Driver Ed Instructors understand that memorizing the number of feet that high-beam headlights shine is necessary to pass the permit test, but also KNOW that it’s more important for students to understand that they should always dim their high beams right away when they see an

How To Choose A Great Teen Drivers Ed Program

How To Choose A Great Teen Drivers Ed Program

Below are six tips to help you choose a great drivers ed program for your teen.  Find out which driver’s ed program has an orientation program. Parent Night presentations are very helpful for families with kids who are about to learn to drive. Instructors who are really serious about training novice drivers know how important

How to Deal With Road Rage

How to Deal With Road Rage

It’s been said that – “The smartest fighter is the one who avoids the fight in the first place.” When it comes to “road rage” the same words apply. The best way to handle road rage is to avoid it altogether. However, that can be easier said than done. Here are some tips on how

Behind The Wheel With ADHD

Behind The Wheel With ADHD

Does your son or daughter have ADHD, ADD, or another learning challenge that affects focus, attention or executive functioning? Standard driver education curriculum does not address all the needs of your child while he or she is learning to drive. This set of training webinars gives parents specialized tools and strategies for children with this

How to Prevent Rear End Collisions

How to Prevent Rear End Collisions

Did you know that when you are stopped at a stop sign, red light or even sitting in traffic, you should always be able to see the back two tires of the vehicle in front of you touching the ground. This is going to allow enough space between you and the other car to exit if needed.  Check

The Seven Most Common Lane Change Crashes

The Seven Most Common Lane Change Crashes

Below is a list of  the Seven Most Common Lane Change Scenarios that account for 88% of all lane change crashes. Typical Lane Change –Two vehicles on parallel paths; one intentionally changes lanes and collides with other vehicle Turning at a Junction –Two vehicles on parallel paths; one turns across the path of the other