Advice for New Drivers ~ What you SHOULD Learn in Drivers Education

What you SHOULD Learn in Drivers Education
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Advice for New Drivers ~ What you SHOULD Learn in Drivers Education

When we talk about being a few driver, I vividly remember my time learning to drive. I learned how to drive on a Jeep Wrangler 5sp. Today I look and see how much room for improvement our drivers ed system has. Kids “MIGHT” be learning the basics, but vehicle care is not even a consideration. Learning the basics of car care is part of being a driver. How many kids, or adults for that matter, wouldn’t know what to do if they got a flat? Today Rusty and I talk about some of the things that we think should be part of a new drivers education.
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Join me as we discuss:

  • Where drivers ed fails
  • Where drivers ed does well
  • importance of vehicle checks
  • Tips on changing a tire
  • Teaching about maintenance
  • Good driver etiquette
  • On road driving tips
  • don’t match speed
  • leave yourself an out
  • Slow is NOT always safe
  • Accident Avoidance
  • How Go Karts are a good teaching tool AND FUN!
  • And more

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