Teen Course Outline
Teenager driver training course consist of 30 hours of classroom instructions, which include 8 hours of nature and the medical, biological and physiological effects of alcohol and drugs and their impact on the operator of a motor vehicle and the dangers associated with the operation of a motor vehicle after the consumption of alcohol or drug abuse, and the penalties for alcohol and drug related with a motor vehicle violations. Including 2 hours parent training curriculum standard.
Also 8 hours of behind the wheel on the road with a licensed instructor. This training is conducted in four classes of two hours each. The student will learn the basic driving skills necessary to operate a motor vehicle safely.
Program studies outline:
Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicle laws and procedures.
- Signs, Signals, and Roadway Markings.
- You as the driver in the Highway Transportation System.
- Developing Proper Seeing Habits While Driving.
- Using the Controls to Handle the Vehicle.
- Driving in the City and Vehicle Maneuvers.
- Dealing with Emergency Vehicles.
- Alcohol, Drug, and Driving Risks.
- Left and Right Turning Maneuvers
- Defensive Driving Tactics.
- Owning and Maintaining a Vehicle.
- Knowing Connecticut Alcohol Laws.
Upon completion the Driving Education Course, Connecticut Driving School, Inc. Will issue a certificate certifying that he or she has completed 30 hours of Classroom Instructions, Including 8 Hour Course of Safe Driving Practice with 2 Hour of Parent Training.
Most Insurance Companies offer you a 10% to 20% off discount on your insurance with this Driving Education Certificate (CS-1.)