Trust me to teach you one of the only skills you will useevery day for the rest of your life and I promise you will graduate ready totake on all the challenges that today’s roads offers.

Put it very simple 

A Learn to drive driving it’s the MOST AFFOARDABLE way to keep your teen or yourself SAFE!

Why call the rest when you can call the BEST! 

Hereby I will like to take this opportunity to thanks all mystudents in the past. Thanks a lot for all your referrals and Maria Gomez and A Learn to drive are here to stay. Thanks to the parents for all that trustdeposited on me when you allow me to teach your teens. Thanks a lot for all the nice compliments, all these compliments is what makes me do my job better andbetter every day.   


Things that everyoneshould know: 

Below are recommended procedures to most safely address the following situations: Recently, there has been complaining about sticking accelerators in some cars and faulty brakes in some trucks. While these casesare extremely rare, they could pose a very serious safety hazard. In each case,a driver would be operating a vehicle, potentially at a high rate of speed, without being able to use normal procedures to decelerate or stop. Hopefully none of you will ever face this situation but if you did, would you or your teen driver know what to do in any case? 

Brake failure: 

Shift intoneutral and /or use the emergency brake to slow down

 Put on yourdirectional signal and select a safe spot to stop

 As above, ifyour vehicle has a locking steering wheel or power steering, do not turn offthe ignition because      you will lose power steering or lock the wheel, making itimpossible to steer.

It is important to be prepared for the unexpected and I recommend that all drivers, experienced and beginners mentally practice these steps. And always, drive at a safe speed and maintain a proper following distance just in case an emergency occurs. Always be prepared.

Stuck accelerator pedal:

Hook you toe under the accelerator and try to pull toward you

If you cannot free the accelerator, shift into neutral and use the foot brake to slow down

Signal and select a safe spot to stop

If your vehicle has a locking steering wheel or power steering do not turn off the ignition because you will        lose proper steering or lock the wheel making it impossible to steer


Driving at night:

Night driving is much more dangerous that daytime driving.In fact, traffic fatality rates are there times greater at night than duringthe day, this is because limited visibility for you and other drivers. Depthperception, color recognition speed judgment a peripheral vision are allcompromised after sundown.

Here is little suggestion to make night driving safer:

Reduce your speed and increase your following distance. At night you will have less time to react because        your visibility will be limited. Give yourself extra time by slowing down and creating more space ahead of you.

 Turn on your low beam headlights. Even at dusk, low beams help others see you better.

 Use your high beams when it is safe and legal. Be sure to lower them as you approach oncoming traffic or        when following another vehicle. If you happen to approach an oncoming vehicle with its high beams on,            direct your eyes to the right edge of the road to avoid being blinded.

 Make sure your window is clean. Film buildup may be unnoticed during the day but at night or in late                  afternoon sunlight, this film can substantially diminish your ability to see well.

 Dim you dash lights. This reduces the glare within your vehicle.

Avoid smoking when driving

Always scan the driving environment for impaired drivers. At night you are far more likely to encounter             drivers impaired by drugs, alcohol or fatigue so be on the lookout, for your safety and the safety to others.