- The traffic laws of your particular state
- How outside factors like weather can affect roadways
- Basic vehicle maintenance
- Why alcohol and driving don’t mix
- Who has the right of way in various driving situations
- Have a valid driver’s license in the state where the student lives.
- Have had their driver’s license for a specific period of time which is decided by the state.
- Cannot have had a DUI or other serious driving offense.
What Makes this Different than Regular Drivers Ed?In a classroom there is one teacher who is in charge of the entire class. With Parent Taught Drivers Ed, the first time driver gets individualized attention. With drivers ed online, questions can be answered individually, as they arise. This can make the [ parent taught driver education – Point to Parents Place_How it Works] course much more informative and educational than a traditional classroom course.
Would you like to get More Information?Gaining more information about Parent-Taught Driver Education online is easy. Here is what the [Driver's Ed requirements – Point to State-by-State Requirements] are in the state where you live.
The Importance of The Parent-Teen Driving ContractWe don’t believe that the parent-teen cooperation should end when a teenager completes their drivers ed course. It shouldn’t even stop once they successfully get their drivers license. We think our [ Parent-Teen Driving Agreement - Point to Agreement] is an important part of continuing their driving knowledge and the expectations of both parties when it comes to their use of a motor vehicle.Our Parent-Teen Driving Agreement includes:
- Discussing a driving curfew
- Expectations about who is allowed to ride in a vehicle that your teen is driving
- Distracted driving and use of cell phones while driving
- What to do in case of a traffic accident or if they get a ticket