Beginning Jan. 22, 2018, travelers from nine states will no longer be able to travel with only their driver’s licenses. Residents of Kentucky, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Washington will have to use alternate ID forms (passport, military ID, or permanent resident card) to pass TSA security checkpoints—even for domestic travel. … Continue reading Driver Licenses From Nine States Won’t Be Valid IDs for Domestic Flights in 2018
Hurricane Harvey has hit Houston HARD. You may have seen on the news or heard from a neighbor about the many people who have drowned trying to drive in flooded waters. PLEASE BE CAREFUL AND TAKE PRECAUTION. Below are some safety tips to consider before driving in these dangerous conditions. Flood Types Know the types … Continue reading Driving in Hazardous Weather
If you are in Texas you have felt the devastating floods and rain caused by Hurricane Harvey. We want to encourage our students and parents to stay safe. Many areas are still flooded and people are still without power and water. Here are some safety tips and things needed to keep you and your family … Continue reading Be Smart & Safe During Hurricane Harvey
Due to Hurricane Harvey hitting the Texas Coast this weekend, Lone Star Driving School will be closed this week. WE WILL REOPEN TUESDAY SEPTEMEBER 5th There will be registration for our teen class from 5-7pm that day as well. Please call 713-695-1615 or email us (CLICK ON CONTACT) Many streets are flooded and people are without … Continue reading SCHOOL CLOSED DUE TO HURRICANE (Will reopen September 5th)
Summer vacation is coming to an end and school is right around the corner!! If you want to get your teenager their driving permit before the school year begins sign them up for one of our AUGUST classes! Below is info on how to enroll and our next class/registration dates: Teenagers (15-17 years old) … Continue reading End of Summer Classes for Teens
School is just a few weeks away for a lot of teens. Here are some tips for parents and teens to remember about driving safety when going back to school! For many teenagers, going back to school means increased time behind the wheel. More than 80 percent of teen drivers have stated that driving to … Continue reading Back to School: Safe Driving Tips for Teens
Article provided by http://www.sadd.org Teen Driver Safety Starts with Wearing Your Seat Belt Did you know that 60.7 percent of teen passengers (16 to 19) who died in crashes weren’t wearing their seatbelts and 51.2 percent of teen drivers (16 to 19) who died in crashes weren’t belted? Lack of seat belt use is still … Continue reading Teen Driver Safety: Wearing Your Seat Belt!