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JohnnysDrivingSchool.com

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Patiently providing guidance to the student,

 

Building student confidence through empathy and encouragement

 

Provide strategies to help students master difficult driving skills


So your teen's almost old enough to drive... and all you want is for them it to be a safe driver... which you probably think is all the things you were taught in drivers ed. But it's much more than that. Think about it... as the parent of a new teen driver, isn't your biggest fear getting that late night phone call that your teen's been involved in a wreck? It's a parents worst nightmare. , if that's your biggest Of course. And when you look at it that way, it becomes crystal clear. If being a safe driver means keeping them from getting hurt, what they really need to learn is how to stay out of wrecks... and that's what we do. I've taken my experience reporting on tens of thousands of wrecks and created driving lessons that focus on collision avoidance... easy to apply strategies to avoid the things I see cause accidents ever day. For more information visit our website at JohnnysDrivingSchool.com. and check out our schools on both sides of the state line. 

Using The Acuity App To Find Out The Status Of The Student Who Has Scheduled Their First Lesson With You

Step One

Step Two

Your Text Notification Of A New Student

This is the initial text you will get when a student schedules their first drive with you

Go to the app, find the lesson on your calendar, and then click on it to see their details

Go To The Acuity App On Your Phone And G

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EXCLUSIVE SUV TRAINING

Finally, now there's driving instruction available that teaches teens the major differences, and the not so obvious nuances, between driving a sedan and sport utility vehicle. 

NOT JUST THE SAME TRAINING IN A BIGGER VEHICLE

Much more than the instruction provided in our Toyota Camrys, this package featuring our Toyota Highlander is customized to offer students thorough training on the important capabilities that make an SUV so versatile, and the unique driving characteristics that make those capabilities possible, including:  

  • Increased rollover tendencies due to higher center of gravity

  • Higher sight view giving illusion of slower speed

  • Wider vehicle means less clearance with other cars on highway

  • More numerous and profound blind spots

  • More momentum due to higher weight requiring earlier braking

  • Less maneuverable than smaller vehicles

  • Longer stopping distances

  • All wheel drive, which improves traction, but not braking, in slick conditions 

  • Wider turning radius

  • Tighter clearances when parking

Toyota Highlander SUV Training Package

$120


So your teen's almost old enough to drive... and all you want is for them it to be a safe driver... which you probably think is all the things you were taught in drivers ed. But it's much more than that. Think about it... when you say you want your teen to be a safe driver, aren't you really saying you don't want them to get hurt? Of course. And when you look at it that way, it becomes crystal clear. If being a safe driver means keeping them from getting hurt, what they really need to learn is how to stay out of wrecks... and that's what we do. I've taken my experience reporting on tens of thousands of wrecks and created driving lessons that focus on collision avoidance... easy to apply strategies to avoid the things I see cause accidents ever day. For more information visit our website at JohnnysDrivingSchool.com. and check out our schools on both sides of the state line. 


So your teen's almost old enough to drive... and all you want is for them it to be a safe driver... which you probably think is all the things you were taught in drivers ed. But it's much more than that. Think about it... as the parent of a new teen driver, isn't your biggest fear getting that late night phone call that your teen's been involved in a wreck? It's a parents worst nightmare. , if that's your biggest Of course. And when you look at it that way, it becomes crystal clear. If being a safe driver means keeping them from getting hurt, what they really need to learn is how to stay out of wrecks... and that's what we do. I've taken my experience reporting on tens of thousands of wrecks and created driving lessons that focus on collision avoidance... easy to apply strategies to avoid the things I see cause accidents ever day. For more information visit our website at JohnnysDrivingSchool.com. and check out our schools on both sides of the state line.