What is Driver training- How and why to choose a driving school

What is Driver training, how to choose a driving instructor and why you should choose a professional instructor.

Safe driving starts with great preparation
Safe driving starts with great preparation

Such sadness today, we are not even into the start of the holiday season and the accidents and fatalities are coming thick and fast.


There is a wise wise saying, ” There is no such thing as a bad road, car or conditions. It is the decisions to choose and risk we create, that defines the environment.

E book. What is Driver Training  this is our first in a series of guides as to how to prepare you, as parents, to prepare your teens as drivers.

“What is Driver Training” is a guide that pragmatically looks at the information you need to know, in order to make the right decision in regards to the steps you take to prepare your teen “Learner Drivers”

The topics include

1. Why Driver Training:

Why Choose a professional driving instructor, instead of attempting to do this enormous task yourself.  Driving is the most complex of tasks known to us today. It encompasses everything we know about technology, physics, bio dynamics, emotional and attitudinal psychology.

2. What is Driver Training:

This breaks down the various elements of driver development into four key areas.  What are you paying for. What defines a professional instructor and a professional outcome

3. How to choose a driving school.

It is not a cost, it is an investment. If you were to ask the parents of the teen drivers in the article, how much would they be prepared to pay to have them back, there would be no price to high, no plan to obscene. Choosing the right driving school is imperative to create the outcomes that keep them safe as licenced drivers

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Graduates of Total Driver have a 400% reduction in accidents over the first 3 years of obtaining their license, in comparison to the national average*.

The question we ask all supervisors:

“Will you bet your child’s life you have the skills to teach the art of driving?”