The Importance of Drivers’ Ed It Can Save Your Life

    Written by admin on June 19, 2013. Posted in Drivers ed, Driving schools, Irvine driving schools

    Orange county drivers ed

    Orange County Driving School is the place to send your teen for some hands on, behind the wheel training action. Orange County Drivers Ed will prepare a new driver for the hardest test of their entire life. Their drivers test. Also, it can help the new driver to attain a permit as well, but that test is super easy common sense stuff.

    The drivers training will take place both inside the classroom and then in the actual car itself. They spend enough time on both so that the driving instruction is all encompassing so that new driver can feel confident and comfortable when on the road, and especially during their test.

    And it is so very important that they be ready and prepared and knowledgeable when they earn their license, because too many new drivers are not. In fact, thirty six percent of all teen deaths are due to motor vehicle accidents. That tragic number has been around for some time, and the Highway Education Board and the Eno Foundation for Highway Traffic Regulation formed in 1922 in order to promote road safety. Find more.

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    Comments (7)

    • August 19, 2013 at 8:57 am |

      i took driver ed in high school, and i do not see much of a difference between me and other drivers who did not take it. but when you are on the high way, every one is a crappy driver

    • February 23, 2014 at 7:46 pm |

      i think that drivers’ ed is mostly to keep the teens informed and off almost a gentle scared straight program. by the time they are out of high school, they will have developed all of the driving habits that they will have the rest of their lives

    • March 25, 2014 at 9:37 pm |

      i think that drivers’ ed is mostly to keep the teens informed and off almost a gentle scared straight program. by the time they are out of high school, they will have developed all of the driving habits that they will have the rest of their lives

    • Phillip White
      April 25, 2014 at 12:50 pm |

      i think that drivers’ ed is mostly to keep the teens informed and off almost a gentle scared straight program. by the time they are out of high school, they will have developed all of the driving habits that they will have the rest of their lives

    • Maurice Williams
      May 25, 2014 at 12:51 pm |

      i think that drivers’ ed is mostly to keep the teens informed and off almost a gentle scared straight program. by the time they are out of high school, they will have developed all of the driving habits that they will have the rest of their lives

    • June 24, 2014 at 1:50 pm |

      i think that drivers’ ed is mostly to keep the teens informed and off almost a gentle scared straight program. by the time they are out of high school, they will have developed all of the driving habits that they will have the rest of their lives

    • July 24, 2014 at 1:50 pm |

      i think that drivers’ ed is mostly to keep the teens informed and off almost a gentle scared straight program. by the time they are out of high school, they will have developed all of the driving habits that they will have the rest of their lives

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