DrivingMBA prepares teens for the realities of the road through our comprehensive teen driver training programs. We have 3 major components that make up our curriculum. Each lesson and each component builds on the other in order for students to develop basic to more advanced skills.
- Beginner Simulation Lab – a hands-on classroom where students work on basic skills in a safe and controlled environment. They are learning hand and foot control, steering control, turning, lane position, lane management, and much more. Once they complete their lessons in the Beginner Lab they are ready to begin their on-road instruction.
- On-road Instruction – we have specific objectives that students need to meet. Our objective is to have students practice between each lesson so that each time we work with them we are able to introduce them to more complex environments and higher level strategic skills. Our on-road evaluation is a comprehensive assessment to determine if a student is ready for solo driving in any environment.
- Defensive Driving Simulation Lab – an advanced classroom where students are exposed to situations such as head on collision avoidance, tire blow out, weather conditions and much more. These life saving skills cannot be taught on the road, in a skid car or on a closed course.
We also offer classes that are included in each of our packages.
Rules of the Road Permit Class – Students have several options to obtain their learners permit. This class can be taken as a prep or as part of our DRIVE Certification TEST package.
Our parent class is designed to help prepare parents or guardians for the critical supervised practice that is necessary for students to develop a level of proficiency in the skills they are being taught. When we work together our students develop good sound driving habits. The only way to do that is through excellent education and training and supervised practice.
The question you need to ask yourself as a parent is, what is your child’s safety worth to you? DrivingMBA is an investment in their safety, are you willing to do what it takes to provide them with the best?