Florida Drivers Ed
Our systematic and progressive approach utilizes the latest trends in driver training. The program is available in multiple formats: text, interactive CD-Rom, or internet.
The curriculum is built in seven levels. Each level contains two parts. Part one is classroom and part two is driving. The student must pass the classroom and driving activities at each level before graduating to the next level. Our concurrent training outline is easy to follow and allows students to practice and retain what they have learned.
For your convenience, you only have to send in coursework at the completion of all seven levels. Send us your evaluations and logs for review; books and CDs are yours to keep.
We have added over 25 full length modern videos to our online video library. All packages include access to this extensive video collection. No other driver ed program in the United States can compare.
Understanding Car Crashes is one of many example of the types of videos included in our program.
Part 1: Drivers Ed Discovery Group
The discovery group in each level begins at home with reading material provided in the student manual. Once the student has read the material, he will take a written test provided in the driver education manual or online program.
In addition to the reading material, the student will accrue class hours by participating in "additional activities." These projects, such as tire rotation, oil changes, current events research, etc., give the student "hands on" experience and make the discovery group learning more practical and less theoretical. We are constantly updating our video library. Each level will require the student to watch videos that are associated to that particular level. Young Drivers and Understanding Car Crashes are both examples of the quality of films that we have to offer.
The student must complete a minimum of 30 hours of driver education, and achieve a score of 90% or more to qualify for our completion certificate. No exceptions.
Part 2: Behind-the-Wheel
Phase two of each level is driving. Your student will gradually increase in skill, experience, and driving maturity while progressing from one level to the next. Each level directs you step-by-step through a progressive and systematic process of driver training.
We also include "Things to Emphasize" and "Things to Watch For." These sections in the parent's manual help you to identify when your teenager is likely to be nervous, inattentive, or overconfident and prepare you to handle the situation. Our driving evaluation sheets allow you to objectively assess your student's performance.
Performance based evaluation equips you, the parent, to confidently graduate your teen from one level to the next. You and your teen will know when to progress forward. You will be surprised and excited as you witness your teen's maturity, skill, experience, and progress.
Statistics have proven the value of ensuring your teen has spent enough time training. Our driving logs give you a simple form to record all of the information you need while tracking your teen's training.