Go home each day feeling good about what I do. Helping young people learn how to be safe, responsible drivers is very rewarding.
Become a better driver. Coaching new drivers on the skills needed to be a safe driver forces you to evaluate your own driving.
Refresh your driving skills. Drivers in their 60s have the lowest crash rates of any age group, but once they enter their 70s and 80s crash risks go up. Helping young drivers learn to be safe responsible drivers will refresh your driving skills and add years of safe driving to your driving career.
"When I tell people I teach driver ed, I often hear them say, "You are a brave man!" or "That explains why your hair is so grey." Teaching driver ed is not as scary as people think; our students do not scare me at all. Other drives do, but not our students." Tim Gienapp, Owner
The biggest challenges you will face do not involve the act of driving. It is helping students accept that when driving, CHOICES lead to OUTCOMES that often result in CONSEQUENCE. The choices we make as drivers will increase or decrease the risk of a car crash. The challenges faced by parents and driver ed instructors are creating an experience where students understand:
Teaching drivers ed is not easy, but it is highly rewarding. Be prepared to work hard and help young people stay safe! What could be better? Apply today.