Every year, young drivers are involved in more than six million collisions, resulting in 14,000 fatalities.

Although young divers only represent 13% of all licensed drivers nationally, they cause 28% of all traffic crashes and 24% of all fatal crashes. By understanding the risks and hazards a teen driver faces while behind-the-wheel, teens and their parents can work together to keep them safe. Group rates available. We will come to your classroom/lecture room. This is one of the best limited time opportunities, email Jack Varnado or call (985) 643-7803



The 4-hour program consist of:

Session 1: Are You a Potential Statistic?

• Get acquainted with other participants.
• Use the video, Driver Statistics, to introduce collision and fatality statistics for this age group.
• Examine why young drivers have such high violation rates and how driving behaviors and attitudes contribute.
• Discuss how peer pressure, distractions, inexperience and underestimating risks can cause unique driving hazards.

Session 2: Recognize the Hazard

• Identify two types of driving hazards.
• Show the Seven Deadly Drives video, which explores seven hazards drivers most often create.
• Explain three driving hazards participants don’t cause, and guide them in still making wise decisions in these situations.
• Ask participants to identity the hazards they see in the video, Recognize the Hazards.

Session 3: Understand the Defense

• Discuss the issue of control.
• Introduce situations in which young drivers appear to have no control.
• Explain how participants can take control in these situations.
• Show Two Friends, a video that emphasizes the consequences of poor driving choices.

Session 4: Act Correctly, In Time

• Discuss “Taking Positive Action.”
• View "Improv" Jam, a video that shows young people making positive driving decisions.
• Practice making positive driving decisions through role-playing.
• Use the Don’t Drive Stupid video to foster a commitment to change driving behavior






Our 20th Anniversary !  We continue to be sought after by new schools because of our expert experience in the field of road safety. Our list of accomplishments continue to grow as we continue to offer the curriculum in the area.     

The results of these classes, courses or behind-the-wheel training or assessments should be viewed as an indication of the driver’s functional driving ability at the time of the evaluation/assessment, and NOT as a comprehensive measure of driving potential or predictor of future performance.   


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