Are you someone who walks on road dreaming to fly when the vehicle of your dream still runs on the road?
Are you someone who is denied handing keys of your elder’s vehicle, the reasons sometimes being the age and of course care at the other times?
We are here to make you the ones called as the to make you learn to become the safe driver and to let you enter the world of exciting world of driving.
The roads are never safe for anyone who is in, but all we can assure is we will make you feel safer either in the bottle neck of the city or in the highways.
Experience though is necessity to rule in any field including driving, but starts are never made holding experiences.
Tips are what on our hand, a list reading “Do’s and Don’ts”, which are to be care about.
Getting a license, marks with the starting of the “Do’s” list.
If you are 15, go through the process of grabbing your Florida learner’s license, which proceeds firstly by attending a course on drug and alcohol and then clearing the knowledge test,
and then marching for the documentation process.
Documentations you’ll need:
• Two forms of identification ( ID card, passport, birth certificate)
• Your original Social Security Card.
• Certificate showing completion of the Drug and Alcohol Awareness course.
• Parental Consent Form, which must be signed in the presence of a driver license examiner or notarized if parent or guardian will not be present.
And as you have lighted the 16th candle, you can proceed for Intermediate license.
Documents you’ll need:
• A Florida Learner’s License or a license from another jurisdiction.
• Parent or guardian certification that you have at least 50 hours of behind the wheel driving experience,
of which 10 hours must be at night.
Several programs across the globe are started to make a safe driver.
The Florida safety council proposes two main programs namely ‘the 30+’ and ‘the individual (one – on – one) training’ designed keeping the new drivers in mind;
the National driving education provides all information related to the same online. Schools like Brevard Public School and Edgewood Jr. /Sr.
High School are running to facilitate the freshers all that they need to become a experience holder. Handbook, detailed teacher guide, live videos and interactive CD-ROMs are brought up by AAA,
to meet the requirements of the learner and expectations of parents.
Programs like S.T.O.P.P.E.D., Sheriff’s Stimulator, Teen driver challenge, Operation NOW, Hang up N Drive,
some actual and others in virtual are developed in a way that they try to enhance the driving skills of the apprentice.
Once you are in path of assuring yourself of becoming a safe driver, you may also think of insuring yourself, as when you being a teen driver,
is driving under learner’s permit, you will not be charged by insurance companies. Many Insurance company even offer ‘Good Student Discount’,
is this not the time to grab one ???
Satish Singh is writing on behalf of Brevard Teen Driver, Inc for Do’s and Don’ts for Teen Driver in Florida