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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.

  • Threshold Braking

The exercise is set-up on a straight roadway in a closed course setting training facility. Two cones are placed in the center of the roadway, providing strict limits on space in the stopping area.

Purpose: This training is used for ABS and non-ABS exercises. Students perform the braking techniques at the designated straights and turns, at the preset course speeds (45-60 MPH), for safe execution. Maintaining smooth control and lane integrity is imperative.

  • 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>>