Join Survive the Drive for a special defensive driver training clinic on June 25th, 2015 at Lime Rock Park 60 White Hollow Rd, Lakeville, CT 06039.
Lakeville, CT, April 19, 2015 –(PR.com)– For parents, this might be one of the most important and memorable experiences you ever share with your child. Learning defensive driving techniques, together, that may one day save your lives.
Survive the Drive is the longest running program of its kind, presenting their teen driver safety program to students for nearly two decades. President and Executive Director, Bob Green has visited over 600 venues and has made over 1,500 presentations to over 130,000 individuals.
Survive the Drive – “Behind the Wheel” is offering hands-on defensive driver instruction in addition to their group presentations on distracted driving. This defensive driving portion of their program offers teen-friendly, comprehensive and cost effective defensive driver education.
Survive the Drive has created this safety program based on information and experience gathered by their professional staff and Board of Directors each offering decades of service, education and experience in driver training, transportation safety and auto racing instruction.
Survive the Drive is currently registering participants for their June 25, 2015 “Behind the Wheel” Defensive Driver Training course at Lime Rock Park in Lakeville, CT. Survive the Drive allows students to participate in the school in their personal vehicles to experience the feel of the car they will be using in their daily driving activities.
The program’s early registration and group discount cost is $250 per four hour session. Ask about scholarship eligibility for your teen. Due to the extreme importance of defensive driver training, Survive the Drive is confident the seats will sell out and will introduce new future dates. Participating students must possess and present a valid DMV permit or drivers license. For more information and to register call or text 860-806-3042 or email email@example.com.
“Every driver should have affordable access to learn car control techniques and accident avoidance maneuvers that may someday save their life,” Lori Demaraies, Marketing Director of Survive the Drive.
About Survivethedrive®: Survive the Drive is an independent, not for profit, educational resource that provides risk awareness presentations and hands-on defensive driver training to individuals, schools and community groups. For more information, contact Lori at 860-806-3042, firstname.lastname@example.org, and visit their website at www.survivethedrive.org.
About Lime Rock Park: Lime Rock Park, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, has been “New England’s Road Racing Home” since its opening in 1957. It is a 7-turn, 1.5-mile road racing circuit in Connecticut’s celebrated Northwest Corner – approximately halfway between New York City and Boston – and holds FIA-listed national and international road racing events, driving schools, track days, corporate events, and public and private functions. The president and owner of Lime Rock Park is Skip Barber. Learn more at www.limerock.com
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