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Corporate Program, learn more about this program
 
 
Government Fleet Program, learn more about this program
 
 
 
 
More than one-third of teen driving fatalities are speed-related.
Teens are more likely than any other age group to be involved in a single vehicle crash.
 

Drive2Survive’s® classroom / seminar programs teach new drivers all of the necessary skills they never learned in driver education. Classroom discussions are led by knowledgeable instructors with a background in training law enforcement officers to drive in Emergency situations and under other stressful conditions. Classroom discussions will focus on vehicles, road characteristics and driver behavior – areas that conventional programs overlook.

 
  • Swerve to Avoid

For this exercise, seven cones are set up. Two cones stand at the entrance, one at the center of the roadway providing a simulated obstacle, and four as a stopping box. Students learn threshold braking techniques by driving the center of the roadway and stopping within the limited space in the stopping area. Maintaining smooth control and lane integrity is imperative.

Purpose: This exercise drills the driver in split-second decision making. The driver also learns how to conduct proper lane change safely at normal driving speeds (45-55 MPH). This maneuver is an imperative part of the swerve-to-avoid training, a critical driver response to emergency situations.

 
  • Driving Exercises
  Body Position>> Collision Avoidance>>  
  Serpentine Skills Course>> Threshold Braking Exercises>>  
  Swerve to Avoid>> Skid Control Pad>>  
  Off-Road Recovery>> Braking In A Turn>>