7 Driving Tips That Could Save Your Teens Life

Some of the toughest jobs on the planet are: protecting our great country in battle, ice road trucking, Alaskan crab fishing, prison warden, and being a statuesque guard at Buckingham Palace. But those jobs are nothing compare to the challenges of being a parent.

The constant teaching, loving, and worrying that comes along with parenting is not a part-time gig, it’s around the clock, and it is as demanding as it is rewarding.

When you kids are young you worry that they will fall and hurt themselves, won’t eat enough fruits and vegetables, or if they are getting enough sleep. But parenting takes on a new level of difficulty as they grow into their teen years. This is because now your teenager has the right to operate, maneuver, and be in charge of a moving box of machinery and steel.  That’s right…  now your child can drive.

So how can you teach your new driver to be as safe as possible while driving?

 Here are 7 driving tips to share with your teenager

Driving Tips for teens


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Despite all the reports and the warnings of the dangers related to distracted driving and driving under the influence, car crashes remain the #1 cause of unintentional deaths in the U.S.

90% of those crashes can be tied directly to driver error, and the statistics get even worse from there. They show us that, in general, we apparently have a natural tendency not to learn our lesson when the sad truth of the matter is right in front of us.

It turns out that 1 in 3 people have a loved one who was either seriously injured or killed in a crash. 1 in 5 people have been involved in a serious crash themselves, and 1 in 10 have been seriously injured in those crashes. Yet, in all those cases, those drivers continue their unsafe behaviors and driving habits.

Research has shown that an effective education in safe driving can significantly reduce these numbers. This study showed that drivers who had not completed their driver’s education were 75% more likely to get a ticket and 24% more likely to be involved in an accident that led to injuries or fatalities.

Entrepreneurs looking for a great franchise opportunity have a chance to be part of the solution and minimize the risks that drivers face every day.

Established Process and Proven Success

Applying for a franchise and choosing your territory is easy, and we provide extensive support and help throughout the entire process. review  information on  our website and from there, get in touch with us to discuss a franchise opportunity further

Our school has a proven record of success. We’re already operating in five different states, not including the online presence in all 50 states. We started back in 2005 with a single school in Puyallup, Washington, and since then we’ve taught more than 100,000 students across the country.

There is room for a lot of growth in this industry and in your community. As you begin your first classes and provide a valuable service, word will begin to spread and families will come back so you can teach each of their children in succession.

High-Value Driver Education

911 Driving School offers a range of different courses so you can reach out to many different demographics and fill different needs. These courses include:

  • New Teen Driving courses
  • Adult First Time License and Refresher Courses
  • Teen and Adult Private Coaching Sessions
  • Teen and Adult Skill Enhancement Courses
  • Teen and Adult Online Practice Examinations
  • Corporate Fleet Training Programs
  • Specialized Law Enforcement Driver Training/Refresher Courses

Support and Assistance

We’ll help you get up and running as smoothly as possible. We’ll provide the support you need to start delivering quality education and working with new drivers in the area. Our support program includes:

  • Finding the best site to build your school
  • Providing potential financing options
  • Consulting on the site plan and design specifications for the build-out
  • Getting the proper state licensing to operate a driving school
  • Providing the training you need for yourself as the owner/operator, as well as for your administrative support and driving instructors
  • Launching your business with a Grand Opening that will help you build a name in the community
  • Participating in marketing initiatives that will build awareness of your school

More Than a Business Opportunity

Opening a 911 Driving School is a great chance to exercise those entrepreneurial muscles and take advantage of a great business opportunity. But it’s more than that. You and your school will be providing a valuable service that will make you a part of the solution. You can actively work to reduce fatalities and injuries on the road, creating a safer environment for everyone.

If you’re ready to take the next step, take a closer look at this franchise opportunity and be your own boss in an industry that makes a difference.

100 deadliest days to drive

Seven of the top 10 deadliest days of the year occurring between the Memorial Day and Labor Day holidays.

According to a 2010 AAA analysis of crash data by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the dates with the highest number of fatalities include June 10, July 4, July 9, Aug. 8 and Aug. 14

Facts on the 100 deadliest days of driving

  • There are 37 percent more highway fatalities on July 4 than the average July day. It is the deadliest day to drive with more than 409 motorists dying and more than 49,500 people injured over the holiday weekends.
  • In 2013, more than 371,000 people were injured, and nearly 3,000 were killed in crashes involving a teen driver
  • Teens are 3x as likely to crash in the summer time due to the carefree attitude and more time with friends. Distracted driving is a real problem amongst teens,
  • the majority of people killed (66%) and injured (67%) in crashes involving a teen driver are people other than the teen themselves
  • In 2013, an average of 220 teen drivers and passengers died in traffic crashes during each of the summer months.

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