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How to choose a driving school
You may have co-workers, friends or relatives that have already gone through the process and can provide you with feedback that would help you. Friends of your own son or daughter may be a good resource for information. But talk to the parents. What a teen looks for in a school and what a parent looks for aren’t always in sync.

There are a couple of key things to look for:

  • Someone who wants you to be involved and wants to meet you and explain the program prior to beginning the training.
  • A driving school that will provide feedback and guidance to you after each in-car lesson.
  • A driving school that can tell you where training will take place so you know that your child will get a variety of driving areas with graduating levels of difficulty; from residential, to streets that are more complex and include a variety of traffic conditions.
  • A school that has their total focus on your son or daughter’s instruction while he/she is in the car. Their lesson route is not contingent on the need to pick up and drop off another student before or after your child’s lesson.
  • Ideally the lessons will be no longer than one hour in length since it is difficult for a new driver to continue learning new skills in a longer session.

Online defensive driving course
If you have received a traffic ticket for a moving violation and have not taken a defensive driving course in the past 12 months, this course (Texas Defensive Driving Course–Ticket Dismissal) satisfies the court requirement for ticket dismissal in many areas. This course is a great option for anyone who would like the convenience of taking the defensive driving course online. It is a quick, easy and convenient alternate to a classroom program.

AAA Guide to Teen Driver Safety

AAA Guide to Teen Driver Safety

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