THANK YOU for being a driver education instructor!
Like you, Mike Pehl is genuinely passionate about trying to save lives teaching novice drivers.
Our collaboration as a team, creating DVD’s for educators and families, continues the personal mission he’s been passionate about more than twenty years.
The resources we offer to instructors are fresh, new material based on Mike’s career experience as a crash investigator, insurance agent and instructor.
Get this set of DVDs for your classroom and SAVE.
These are all original productions from DriveSafeRideSafe that will support your work as an instructor .
The bundle includes the following-
“Defensive Driving for Teens” (boxed DVD)
This classroom DVD features Mike Pehl explaining four specific categories of car crashes, and strategies that teen drivers must understand to keep themselves … and their passengers … safe on the roads. Your students will appreciate Mike’s authentic expertise and straight forward descriptions.
A bonus segment: “In a Split Second” is also included on this DVD. We donate a portion of these sales to the Shreya R. Dixit Memorial Foundation, to support their work against distracted driving.
For a preview video and detailed list of the segments- see below
“Scenes from the Salvage Yard” (boxed DVD)
Veteran crash investigator Mike Pehl analyzes 16 different wrecked cars during a field trip to a salvage yard with a group of driver’s ed students. The material in this DVD is startling and will stimulate meaningful classroom discussions. Play all 16 segments as a continuous 23-minute video, or use individual segments to complement your own instruction!
For a preview of the video and detailed descriptions of each segment see below.
Three in One Video-
Each of these segments have excellent information presented in a concise and compelling format.
This DVD includes 3 additional videos:
- “Distracted Driving: Surviving the new “drunk driver”
- “Prom Driving Safety Tips”- the Dangers of Drowsy Driving
- “Carbon Monoxide – the silent killer”
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