SAFETY DRIVEN, INC
PHONE 985.643.7803
1352 Lindberg Dr., Slidell LA  70458

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The Driver Competency Assessment is a standardized on-road evaluation that measures not only driving skills, but also the decision-making skills of a driver under various conditions.  

NEVER USE A DRIVING SCHOOLS STATE APPROVED ROAD-SKILLS TEST IF YOU WANT AN ACCURATE IDEA OF REAL ON ROAD PERFORMANCE 

A driver profile is created, thus giving a measure of a driver's ability to manage risks while driving. By measuring a driver's ability to manage risks by assessing how a driver matches his or her cognitive, attentional, and psychomotor skills with his or her decision-making behavior.

The assessment matches his or her choice behaviors with his or her driving ability. The driver's crash potential, in high and low complexity situations by comparing the candidate with ‘average’, under normal driving conditions. Six driving parameters are measured.

  • Novice drivers completing a driver education course
  • Driver licensed patients
  • Drivers experiencing medical trauma

The Advantage of using a professional program:

  • It creates a profile indicating where the drive is on a normal distribution of risk
  • Determines the individual's likelihood of being involved in a crash
  • Measures how much variability the driver exhibits

PLEASE EMAIL: safetydriven@gmail.com

Jack Varnado, DRS, CDCE

 


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Why Louisiana Driving School could be the best choice for the beginning driver? 

At most driving schools their primary focus, is to help you get a driver's license. That's what they do. They will meet the states minimum standards. With those minimum standards you go out and pass the test. You get the driver's license and what do you have then? At that point, most beginning drivers know just enough to be a danger to themselves and others.

Too many beginner drivers will end up in crashes that first year they begin to drive with the parent having to be in the vehicle. The First year of driving is the riskiest year! Because they have not been trained well enough or given the frequent consistent repetition and the guided instruction they need to be a more pro-active collision free driver. 

It's as simple as that. There aren't any shortcuts here.You are about to embark into the adult world...driving. Do not short change this critical training and leave it up to chance.