You’ve been accepted to the college of your dreams and you’ve made the decision to commute rather than live on campus. This is becoming increasingly common for many new students, so they can save money on housing and food and still afford tuition. If this is the case for you, you’ll probably be commuting […]
Many people think that driving a car is pretty easy and that spending a couple of hours behind the wheel is all it takes to become a good driver, without having to read any books or attend classes that could provide them with the necessary theoretical knowledge. But, there is more to driving than just sitting behind the wheel and hitting the gas pedal. There are lots of rules and traffic laws that you have to be aware of in order to be able to drive in a safe manner and avoid putting your life and the lives of other road users at risk. That’s what drivers education is for, to teach you about the rules of the road, and prepare you for every challenge you may face on the road.
The driving learning curve puts teenage and beginner drivers at the highest risk of being in an accident, with potentially lethal consequences. This is only logical as driving is a process based on experience and skills, and beginner drivers have neither of these.