• Never make a lane change without looking and checking the blind spot, mirrors won’t give you the blind spot. The only way you can see a car next to you on your blind spot is when you turn your head over your shoulder either left or right.
A Learn to drive specializes in developing the students confidence, for them to feel and be safe on the road, instructors won’t stop practicing until you yourself understand that you know how to execute a maneuver. Running commentaries is another thing we work with you, you will be pointing out SITUATION on the road that you observe in others drivers and we will be talking about that subject. A Learn to drive wants to see safe drivers on the road and that is our commitment with you, the better we teach you, better drivers on the road. You have to remember that when you get behind the wheel you have to drive for you and for the rest of the people on the road. After you your training is completed, A Learn to drive, will take you to the DMV, for your driving test to get your license. ‘IT’S A GREAT PLEASURE TO SAY THAT a Learn to drive, HAS A GREAT PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS PASSING THE TEST THE FIRST TIME.
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To The Parents:
Get involved with your teen, remember that teens in Florida needs 50 hours of driving and 10 of those have to be night driving. Choose a driving school with good reputation, experience and aptitude, willing to take the time to teach your teen depending on their needs. Ask friends where their kids learn how to drive and if they were able to pass the road test the first time. Ask question about the driving instructor, how professional the look and if the Instructor was polite and patient. When driving with your teen try to obey the rules of the road too, remember they spend more time with you that with the driving school, so don’t forget that they may want to emulate your driving behavior and techniques.
Learning to drive is an exciting time for teen and their parents. Driving is something that has to be taken seriously. Car crashes are the number one cause of death, not just of teens but also for all people.
As a parent you have a big role in your teen driving habits. They emulate and copy what we do. Be a role model and don't allow your teen to do the following.
Did you know that over 33% of new teen drivers are in a crash their first year and 4 out of 5 teen crashes