Helping New Teen Drivers in the 2022-2023 School Year

Helping New Teen Drivers in the 2022-2023 School Year

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The beginning of the school year means thousands of new teenage drivers will take the road for the first time.  Data compiled by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, (CDC) indicates that more children are born from July-October which also confirms why there are spikes in new drivers around those months as more are turning the legal age to drive.

There is also an alarming correlation to the age of teens that are injured or killed in an auto accident in their first year behind the wheel.  The CDC also reports that car accidents are the leading cause of death for teens.  Experts agree that getting the proper driver education is vital to assisting teen drivers to be safe.

Here are some details on two of our specialized online driver education courses:

One of our most popular courses is our Texas Parent Taught Drivers Ed + Permit Test.  This state-approved course goes far beyond the minimum curriculum requirements.  First-time drivers under the age of 18 are required to complete a 32- hour driver education course to apply for a Texas Learner Permit and Driver License.  Our course can be taken 100% online and you can take the permit test as part of the course without needing to go to the DPS.  The Parent Taught Course is an excellent setting to create open communication and a relaxed setting for parents to impart valuable driver insights provided in the course.  There is also an option to upgrade the course to include an additional 4 courses to be taken during the first year of driving to further imbed safe driving practices.

Another popular course is our Florida Combo Course which includes the state-required Traffic Law Course as well as the Substance Abuse Education Course.  Through dynamic quizzes, interactive learning modules, and videos, these courses are sure to educate and prepare teenage drivers to be safe behind the wheel and to be aware of the most common challenges and difficulties for new drivers.

At NHSA, our goal is to provide online driver education courses that equip all drivers with what they need to be safe drivers.  Whether you are a teen seeking a learner’s permit, or an adult driver seeking a basic driver safety course, check us out online to see what courses are available in your state!

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