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Seniors taking driving school classes

Maintain your driving privileges

Did you know that you might lose your driving privilege if the points on your record exceed the set limit? Most drivers who get many citations within a set period face license suspension. If you are currently at a high risk for your license suspension, you should consult the local enforcement agency. They will find … Read more

Instructor teaching student driver

Improve your driving skills

You should not attend traffic school classes just because they can help reduce your expenses; they are there to help you improve your driving skills. Your driving record can be clean and the insurance premium might be where you want it to remain, but improving your driving skills is always a great idea. You want … Read more

AAA Approved Driving School, Student test driving

Improve your insurance rates

Traffic school is worth the cost. In fact, people who have received moving violation traffics prefer traffic school naturally to fighting the ticket in court. When fighting a ticket in court, the odds are against you – even when you are right. Moreover, the classes will help you improve your car insurance rates. Many insurance … Read more

Teen student driver on his driving test

Reasons to attend traffic school

If your desire is to maintain every driving privilege in Florida, you have to keep your driving record clean. Whenever you break a traffic law or become one of the unsafe drivers, your license can be suspended, cancelled or revoked. And because Florida has “reciprocal agreements” with most other states, the suspension or cancellation of … Read more

AAA Approved Driving School, professional driving instructors

Teach them to drive!

The parent-teenager relationship is fragile at times and the experience of teaching your child to drive can prove to be much more difficult than expected. It’s hard to find the time between work and activities to get appropriate driving practice and practical instruction. The best thing we can do as parents is to provide our … Read more

AAA Approved Driving School, Student driver testing

How big is the problem?

According to the Center for Disease and Control (CDC) motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for U.S. teens. In 2013, 2,163 teens in the United States ages 16–19 were killed and 243,243 were treated in emergency departments for injuries suffered in motor vehicle crashes. That means that six teens ages 16–19 died every day from … Read more