Preparing New Drivers for the Road Ahead!
Re: COVID-19 Important Update Regarding ADDS Driver Ed Training
As we are all aware, the virus has continued to affect every aspect of our lives. Our office has been monitoring the situations on a daily basis and is doing its best to make its decisions as the tides turn each day. We have temporarily suspended our classes (in office) and behind the wheel sessions in an effort to protect our students. Until the Coronavirus threat has been eliminated and we can resume normal social interactions, American Defensive Driving School will offer online classroom sessions.
See the Coronavirus guidance from the Centers for Disease Control.
Obtaining a driver's license is a big step for anyone. For new teen drivers, it is one of the first major milestones as they transition into adulthood. Learning to be a confident and defensive driver is an important life skill. Parents of new drivers need to feel comfortable that their child is well prepared to become a responsible member of the driving population. Consider the facts:
- Teen drivers are 20 times more likely to be involved in a crash than adult drivers.
- 33% of all first-year drivers are involved in a collision.
- Most crashes are caused by driver error.
American Defensive Driving School uses the latest AAA How to Drive classroom materials combined with Illinois certified teaching professionals with over 10 years of experience. This curriculum teaches teens through video, real-life examples, and interactive activities.
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