Tire Rack Street Survival
The New Jersey Chapter will host a Tire Rack Street Survival School on Sunday, Sept. 18th at Campgaw Reservation ski area in Mahwah, NJ.
Tire Rack Street Survival is a program designed for drivers age 16-21 with a valid learners permit or license. It combines behind-the-wheel sessions that simulate real world emergencies with classroom instruction to reinforce the lessons. Trained coaches ride along with students during the driving sessions.
Tire Rack Street Survival teaches lessons that most students don’t get in traditional driver education courses. At the end of the one-day school, students will gain skills needed to anticipate dangerous situations on the road and learn how to best control their vehicle to avoid trouble in unexpected situations.
Students are encouraged to use the car they normally drive for this school. The session begins at 8:30 am and ends by 4:00 pm. Students are expected to stay for the entire session. A pizza lunch and drinks are provided. The cost of the school is $95 per student, and cars can be shared by a maximum of 2 students.
For more information, go to www.streetsurvival.org.
You can also contact Larry Engel at email@example.com.