The risk of motor vehicle crashes is higher among 16 to 19 year olds than among another age group. In fact, per mile drive, teen drivers ages 16 to 19 are four times more likely than older drivers to crash.
A growing body of research indicates that close parental management of teen drivers can lead to less risky driving behavior, fewer traffic tickets, and fewer crashes. However, many parents tend to be less involved than they could be.
Our instructors closely observe the teenager's driving behavior and give constant feedback to their parents. No driving license can be issued without parental review and consent. At the end of the 7 day-course, we provide the parents with the full in0car performance record (DTS 15).
Our full program consists of 7 sessions of driving of class is 50 minutes of driving and 50 minutes of observation.
Teen drivers must be eligible and hold a valid learners permit.
All driving instruction is given by state certified instructors in a dual equipped car.
What you will learn with Eagle Driving School:
Let a highly skilled and patient instructor teach your teenager how to drive safely with confidence and without fear.
- Safe Driving Skills
- Accident Avoidance
- Rules of the Road
- Awareness of your surroundings
- The dangers of drug, alcohol, and distracted driving
- About your car
- Parking lot driving
- Regular/Angle parking
- Turns, Right, Left, Curves
- Lane change