Sat. Sep 24th, 2022

Most states have tightened their regulating rules concerning teenage drivers. The rules have caused many parents to turn to private instructors to teach their children the requisites to be followed behind the wheel.

Many high schools provide driver education classes within the school itself. This provides an option of the students staying after school or during weekends to attend such classes. Another option would be to attend a private school providing these courses. Driver education classes usually consist of 30 hours of classroom training and 6 to 10 hours of behind-the-wheel instructions.

Driver education classes usually consist of about four 7 1/2 hour sessions on Saturdays or 3-2 hour classroom instructions per week and driving time in one-hour increments at the student’s convenience. The students will be provided with all the requisite materials including a drivers education car, the responsible driving curriculum, drivers handbook of that particular state, lesson plans, a wide variety of driving videos, and a behind-the-wheel checklist.

After successful completion of the course, students will be given both road and written test. The license will be provided soon after successful completion of the tests. The student will need to have an eye exam to be presented a drivers license.

Classroom education helps the students have direct contact with the teachers and makes them feel more involved in the course. Any doubts or clarifications can be taken care of immediately with the help of these teachers. It also helps the students communicate effectively so that they become a part of the lesson and can retain the same easily at a later date. This provides an opportunity to provide each student with the proper training so they can obtain their drivers license and drive a vehicle safely.

By rahul