Segment #3 - PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER
A last classroom session where we will debrief about all that has been learned so far and then we will explain the last segment. When students go out on the driving circuit for this last session, they will be putting all of the pieces together that they have learned throughout the day. There is always a great balance between theory and practice. Students learn and test from the time they arrive until the end of the school day.
Segment #3 - USING YOUR OWN CAR DURING YOUR DAY AT THE SCHOOL
Many people would prefer to learn in their own vehicle which is certainly encouraged at the school. This also will save you some money on your enrollment.
- Basic guidelines for using your own vehicle -
Your vehicle must be mechanically sound
Your vehicle must have good tires
Your vehicle must have good brakes
Your vehicle must be 2 wheel (front or rear) drive
Your vehicle must have a quiet exhaust
Your vehicle cannot have any cracks in the windshield or in any other windows
Your vehicle must windows that roll up and down
Your vehicle must have lap belts and shoulder straps
Your vehicle must have a gas tank that is at least half full
Your vehicle must have an empty trunk area and nothing else in the seating/interior area that will move around
Your vehicle must be registered and insured
Your vehicle must have front seats that are firmly mounted
We want you to have an exhilarating and enjoyable time during your day at the school. Participants must drive within their limits and abilities at all times. It is the discretion of the instructors and staff members to determine if a participant is over-driving and creating a potentially dangerous situation. The day concludes with closing comments, questions and a diploma presentation which includes discount coupons from all of our wonderful participating sponsors.
From the beginning of your first instruction of the day . . . to the last lap you make around the training circuit, it's a day you will always remember - with new driving skills you will never forget! One thing is for sure, you will never view the way you (or others) drive the same way again...