Tire Rack Street Survival Comes to a School Near You

By Jane Soliman
Apr 8, 2014

Be a part of the ultimate driver’s ed experience at a Tire Rack Street Survival school near you.

The Tire Rack Street Survival school, a driving program designed for teens, teaches students how to handle their own cars. Picture it as an Advanced Placement Driver’s Ed course.

Trained instructors show students how to be more observant drivers, how to anticipate potential unwise actions of other drivers, and help them understand the importance of wearing their seat belts—whether driver or passenger.

Forty schools are now open for registration. Last year, 101 schools welcomed 2600 students; their goal for 2014 is to increase it to 110 and 3000-plus students. First Coast Technical College in St. Augustine, Florida, will be hosting one of these Tire Rack Street Survival school courses on May 4.

To find out more, go here.

Check out the schedule often, as they’re always adding new events.

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