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6 hour Behind the Wheel &
Novice Drivers Program
Don't settle for a driving school near you. Choose one that's right for you!
What set's us "Above" others?
Our program is designed to go beyond driver's ED and is above all other behind-the-wheel programs out there. It explains the importance of multi-tasking as well as teaches how.
Provides an understanding of "the dynamics of a vehicle" and "how that plays a role in control".
Gives hands-on experience and tools to become safer, smarter drivers.
The student will learn how to: Control a vehicle.
Not just drive it!
The program includes 1st level rear-end crash avoidance and how to handle blind/impaired intersections to avoid "T-boning" accidents.
"A must-have" for the New Jersey driving environment and other parts of the country. Most other driving school programs, offer it (if at all) as additional lesson hours.
Getting Started - Sitting properly.
Hands: Where Should They Be and Why!
Seatbelts, Airbags & Horn: What Every Driver Needs To Know!
Mirrors: What To See and Why!
Steering: Where You Should Aim!
Scanning & Tracking: "LOOK OUT"! Where You Should Be Looking!
Brakes & Accelerator: How To Employ Them!
Cornering & Turning: Avoid over/understeering.
Intersections: How to properly approach, clear and navigate through.
Right-Of-Ways: You go. No. You go.
Highway Driving: On-Off & Passing.
Students will also receive instruction on:
* Proper Situational Tracking.
* Scanning Awareness.
The curriculum covers defensive driving principles and teaches the student these key driving principles.
Key skills & concepts are presented numerous times during each lesson to help reduce or conquer anxiety, fear, or panic attacks while learning how to drive.
We provide a stress-free, comfortable learning environment that is important for those starting out.
We are sensitive to the needs of the student as well as have the training and ability to ensure that their own very special needs are met that many parents appreciate.
The most common distraction leading up to a crash by a teen driver included:
Interacting with one or more passengers: 15 percent of crashes
Cell phone use: 12 percent of crashes
Looking at something in the vehicle: 10 percent of crashes
Looking at something outside the vehicle: 9 percent of crashes
Singing/moving to music: 8 percent of crashes
Grooming: 6 percent of crashes
Reaching for an object: 6 percent of crashes