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
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
Three out of four drivers on the road are busy multi-tasking while driving, and that’s not really surprising when you think about today’s environment. Everything is moving at a crazy pace and we’re just doing our best to keep up. However, below are a few weird habits we found in an article written by EnviroCar
VETERAN CRASH INVESTIGATOR AND DRIVER SAFETY EXPERT MIKE PEHL SAYS- When I start teaching a new group of student drivers, I talk with them about the different kinds of information they are going to be learning. Some of its “facts and figures” that they need to know to pass the permit exam. Some of its
Most adults know that carbon monoxide is a dangerous gas emitted by cars. But the risks are more complex than many realize. DriveSafeRideSafe produced this short video with the help of the Lavers family, who lost their son Tyler from carbon monoxide poisoning while he was working on the stereo in his car. After that tragic
Parents … Remember the Prom? We want your son or daughter to have fond memories of their own special occasion, too. But an average of 1,000 American teens die every year in car crashes on prom night. Two easy tips can prevent a “dream date” from becoming a nightmare. Veteran Crash Investigator and Driving Instructor Mike Pehl explains
. More than half of our nation’s traffic deaths occur on rural roads, even though only 1/4th of us live in rural areas. Your best protection when driving on country roads include: -Slowing Down – Watching for Critters – Watching for slow-moving vehicles- not just on the road but on the side of the road.
Veteran Crash Investigator and Driver Safety Expert, Mike Phel says: There are many things that a parent can do to help their teen understand how to think “bigger” picture when driving. One example is to add field research and data analysis to the lesson. Choose a safe location to observe traffic patterns at a specific