February 8, 2017

The backbone of defensive driving is to expect the unexpected. You are taught to prepare for the worst and hope for the best so that if and when something bad happens, you’ll at least be ready for it. It’s natural for us to look outside for these types of situations—reckless drivers swerving left and right,

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February 8, 2017

You’ve definitely heard the term before: defensive driving. This is covered in pretty much every driver’s ed class as the standard for how to approach driving and getting behind the wheel. Yet as quickly as we learn about, we often forget how incredibly valuable this method of driving can be. Between all the other information

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February 8, 2017

Although it seems a bit like a no-brainer, there are still numerous people who drive and use their cell phones. Whether it’s texting or talking or even taking photos or video, a cell phone is a common distraction for new and experienced drivers—and it’s unfortunately an incredibly dangerous one. The average person looks at their

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February 8, 2017

One of the biggest concerns parents have when their kids enroll in online driver’s education is how in the world they’re going to get their behind-the-wheel training. After all, in a traditional driver’s ed course, there is an extensive amount of training done while your child is actually driving with the instructor in the passenger

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February 8, 2017

Maybe you just finished up driver’s ed and are happily finding yourself behind the wheel, or perhaps you’ve recently caused an accident and had to do a bit of traffic school. No matter what, there’s no denying that online driver’s ed or online traffic school is sure to make you a better driver. It will

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