Teen Drivers Education

Overview

Teen Drivers Education

Drivers education is a big step in every teen’s life, and you can put your student on the right path to safety and success at 911 Driving.

What makes our teen driving schools different? It’s our instructors. 911 hires only the very best police officers and first responders to instruct our drivers education classes. The instructor’s knowledge and experience will prepare your student for the great responsibility that comes with obtaining a driver’s license.

911 Driving School offers a variety of teen drivers education programs, and each of them offers important lessons and the highest-quality training. The Teen Drivers Safety Education and Certification Course will teach students important topics such as:

  • The Foundations of Safe Driving
  • Signals, Signs and Markings
  • Safe Driving Techniques
  • Rules of the Road
  • Knowing Your Car
  • Starting & Stopping
  • Parking, Braking and Turns
  • Roadway Conditions
  • Sharing the Road
  • Emergencies
  • State Drivers Test Preparation

Effective drivers ed for teens will include classroom theory and instruction as well as hands-on driving time. 911 Driving School students will practice local road and highway driving, parking and other techniques essential to successful driving along with the skills required to pass the driver’s test.

If you feel you want to get additional behind-the-wheel training for any reason, simply talk to your instructor about the fee involved in scheduling extra time.

Contact your local 911 Driving School for more information.

Basic Course

Why 911 Driving School for Teen Drivers Education?

911 Driving School offers a variety of Teen Driver’s Education programs to meet students’ needs. The Teen Driving – Basic Course is designed to provide the basic knowledge and skills required for safe driving in most circumstances. The Basic Course includes the necessary classroom instruction and behind-the-wheel training to meets your state’s basic requirements.

911 Driving School only hires the very best police officers and first responders to instruct our drivers education classes. So, whether you are starting with the Basic Course or something more advanced, you can rely on your instructor’s knowledge and experience to prepare your teens for the responsibilities of a driver’s license.

These programs are not offered at all of our locations. For information about programs offered at the school nearest you, enter your zip code in the “Get Started” box or click here.

Conventional Course

911 Driving School is the only driver’s education course instructed by police officers and first responders.

The Teen Driving – Conventional Course is designed for the average new driver. This course includes more behind-the-wheel training than our Basic Course, and will meet and exceed your state’s basic requirements. This is a great starting point for your teen’s drivers ed course.

Doesn’t your student deserve the training, experience and knowledge only a trained officer or first responder can bring to their driving school experience?

These programs are not offered at all of our locations. For information about programs offered at the school nearest you, enter your zip code in the “Get Started” box or click here.

Advanced Course

911 Driving School is instructed by the very best police officers and first responders. Isn’t that what your student deserves?

The Teen Driving – Advanced Course is recommended for drivers who need a little more practice. This course includes classroom instruction and the most behind-the-wheel training time. We have also developed the Advanced Course to meet your state’s basic requirements while ensuring that we prepare your student for the challenges of driving.

Choose 911 Driving School for the experience and knowledge only a trained police officer or first responder can provide for a teen driving school.

These programs are not offered at all of our locations. For information about programs offered at the school nearest you, enter your zip code in the “Get Started” box or click here.