More than just a
With current legislation mandating 100-120 hours of supervised driving, it is challenging and difficult for most parents to comply. For single, low income and disadvantage groups, it is near impossible to comply and then there are driving instructors who simply do not achieve the required results.
The Total Driver program provides the solution as we structure the learning to drive process, providing simple tools that accelerate the students learning. Greater outcome, higher proficiency reducing time and cost.
In addition, we provide the supervised drivers with tools, mentoring and manuals that makes getting the hours and experience easy for everyone, no stress, no yelling.
Our programs are specifically structured to assist in getting their learners license to passing the test.
Our core technique has been proven through research to change their driving behavior from “reactive”
to “proactive”. They see more, make better decisions, most importantly- They are prepared.
Complete approach to driving including
We Support You in your role as a supervised driver As We Prepare Them
Transparency on lesson performance
Total Driver’s unique Driver Delivery System defines the learning process. Practice is fine, but first you must know what to practice. This not only defines lesson performance; it also qualifies practice.
No other driving school can support you with such transparency and authenticity. Prof Ian Glendon, Griffith University stated, “No one else is doing this. A very rare example of building an example of training evaluation into intervention”
Dr. Andrew Petersen, who researched the core technique our program utilizes, said the following:
Participants between the control and non-control groups, showed clear behavior changes
from reactive, to proactive. This means they can see the risk, they actively remove themselves
from the risk, creating reduced risk and safer driving outcomes. This is what will lower their
accident and fatality rates.
How to choose a driving school:
How do you know what you are getting with a driving school, what is their background, experience, what really happens on a driving lesson and how do you know where your teen is really at with their driving? There should be more to a driving lesson than just driving around for an hour!
When teens struggle with passing tests at school, we look at the education process, the teachers, the environment, we don’t blame the students for the failings in the process.
The Total Driver Difference
Driving is a learnt skill. The key challenge every learner faces is that everything they want to do, everything that kept them alive to this point, is actually creating and compounding the risk from the moment they hop behind the wheel
Why are teen drivers so over represented in crashes from the day they get their
Everything they want to do, is the exact opposite of what they need to do. Believe it or not, we start learning to drive from the age of three (3) they are absorbing the braking, cornering and dynamic forces, they are learning your mannerisms, driving behavior. But when they hop behind the wheel, they are not prepared for the onslaught of information, that their eyes are now telling lies, that their brains cannot process speed and our natural process, to keep ourselves safe, actually compounds this hotpot of chaos.
The highest risk activity you will ever undertake.
Believe it or not, we start learning to drive from the age of three (3) they are absorbing the braking, cornering and dynamic forces, they are learning your mannerisms, driving behavior. But when they hop behind the wheel, they are not prepared for the onslaught of information, that their eyes are now telling lies, that their brains cannot process speed and our natural process, to keep ourselves safe, actually compounds this hotpot of chaos.
Everything they want to do, is the exact opposite of what they need to do. In the passenger’s seat, you have no controls, no brake, steering, nothing. When they look and don’t see, you are now the passenger.