Obtaining a driver’s license is a rite of passage for nearly every American. Some reports show that first-time drivers are waiting longer on average to get their licenses, eventually nearly everyone will. One of the reasons cited for this delay is the lowered requirements imposed upon first-time drivers aged 18 and above.
Whether you’re just coming of age to apply for your driver’s license, or you’ve just decided to go for it later in life, going through the testing process can be quite intimidating. You’ll have to make your way through a written exam that verifies you know the most common rules of the road and a road test that proves you know...
Whether you've gotten a traffic ticket, are worried about climbing points on your driving record, or you simply want to refresh your driving technique and increase your safety while out on the road, there are a lot of good reasons to consider taking a defensive driving course. Luckily, getting it done is not as hard as you might think.
If you’re considering getting a motorcycle, or you already own one, you might want to take a few moments to learn how a motorcycle safety course can benefit you. No, I’m not just talking about making you a safer rider, though that’s a big benefit. These courses can also save you a great deal of time, and even save you some money along the way.
If you’ve ever received a traffic ticket, you may already be familiar with traffic school and how it works. Sometimes, due to multiple or, if severe enough, one violation, traffic school becomes a court ordered affair for the driver. Other, less aggressive drivers choose traffic school not only to improve their driving but to enjoy its other benefits as well.
When it comes to the mixed bag of goodies that comes with driver's education, many people wonder whether or not it is worth it. Does it really help a learning driver? Will taking the course help stop the ever rising number of teen traffic accidents? As time moves forward, escalating fatality numbers are questioning...
If you are searching for a meaningful and satisfying career, why not consider the field of driver education? As a drivers ed teacher, you can work for a public or private Driving School. You'll have the opportunity to help send out a generation of drivers who can drive safely and competently on the roads we all share.