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COURSE INFORMATION

 

Our programs meet the requirements for you to apply for your driver's license in any state. The in-car lessons are coordinated with the class presentations to maximize learning

You can take your "temps" test and obtain your permit at the start of class This allows you to begin the six month waiting period required by the Graduated Drivers License law (GDL) as soon as possible.

Audio-Visual presentations are used extensively in our program because 90% of all driving decisions you make are based on information obtained through your eyes

We use a Student Response System in the classroom with individual clickers for each student.

Student responses are stored in a database under that specific studentís number. Instructors can then ask questions. The results of each question are displayed as a graph, the students can relax knowing that their answers are anonymous

The benefit is that the students get immediate feedback and the Instructor is able to measure the students understanding and provide additional examples as needed .to insure understanding. Scores are emailed on a regular basis. The student must average 80% or better to pass the classroom course

Remotes transmit student responses

There is no homework - no extra work and no written exams unless the student misses class. Students are encouraged to take notes, however, they are not required.

Our curriculum emphasizes traffic skills using a combination of the Smith System and the  Zone Control System.

The Smith System was developed in the 1950's and is a proven system for accident prevention used by many major corporations to reduce crashes. The "Five Keys"  are an easy to remember, simple to use, but very effective method to reduce crashes.

The Zone Control System works in conjunction with the Smith System by breaking the areas around the car into "zones", which helps the students to recognize a hazardous situation  and offers specific procedures that can be used to reduce the danger Zone Control System has been adopted in several states as a statewide curriculum and is moving towards becoming the national standard.

SESSION

TOPICS COVERED

1

Searching for Potential Hazards

2

Dealing with Potential Hazards

3

Vision & Perception

4

  Driver Fitness

5

Instruments & Controls

6

Basic Maneuvers

7

Advanced Maneuvers

8

Adverse Conditions

9

Traffic Controls  

10

Right of Way I

11

Right of Way II

12

 Sharing the Road

13

General Traffic Laws I

14

General Traffic Laws II

15

Final Exam

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