As a low-risk driver, you can avoid crashes and reduce your risk behind the wheel.
Driving safe on a road can be a lifelong learning journey. Most driving programs are designed for teens to meet different learner needs, build experience, and map the learning programs to competency standards and other relevant criteria. If you've been out driving on the big city roads, you know that not everyone is playing by the rule — but most people think they do.
If You’re In the Driver's Seat
Dreaming of driving interstate in your newly acquired car? Or perhaps you're planning to drive your friends to the beach for the day, when you're in the driver's seat, you'll want to be well prepared.
Plan your trip ahead. Planning your trip ahead of time and delegating navigation to one of your friendly passengers will make your trip effortless and lovable.
When you begin to develop an understanding of vehicle dynamics and safe driving habits, you begin to appreciate the benefits of defensive driving. You're prepared and ready to take action and not put your fate in the hands of other drivers.
Following these defensive driving tips can help reduce risk and help you progress in obtaining a driver’s licence
Make your Commute Mindful
On 23 October 2019, late in the evening, I was in a front passenger seat while my 17-year-old daughter on her learner licence took on a driver seat. I sit with my eyes wide open, breathing rhythmically through my nose, focused on anchoring my mind in the present moment. Silently, cognizing breath comes and leaves, fully aware of surroundings and route.
Thank you Ash! You gave me the confidence to feel comfortable on road. I'm glad i changed my instructor and I'm extremely grateful for your patience, guidance and commentary. Thank you very much Ash !!