It's a new year and we have a whole new schedule for our teen driving classes! Teenagers (15-18 years old) looking to get their driving permit are required to take 32 hours of drivers education classroom (it’s the law!). Teens comes to class Monday through Thursday for 2 hours a day for 4 weeks. Then … Continue reading 2018 Teen Driving Schedule (March-May)
Aggressive driving has become a serious problem on our roadways. What is aggressive driving? Most of us know it when we see it, but NHTSA defines aggressive driving as occurring when "an individual commits a combination of moving traffic offenses so as to endanger other persons or property." We provide guides, planners and information … Continue reading Are You an Aggressive Driver?
Driving as a teenager can be nerve-racking, but so can learning as an adult! If you are over the age of 18 and have yet to learn how to drive let our professional driving instructors at Lone Star Driving School teach you the SAFE WAY! Starting next week, we will have open slots for driving … Continue reading Driving Lessons (For Adults)
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
Distracted….walking? BY SAFEDRIVER · PUBLISHED JULY 18, 2012 · UPDATED MARCH 5, 2017 For regular readers you’ll know my passion for safer roads. I try to allow drivers to think about possible situations before they happen so they can be mentally ready to respond. I talk about cyclist, pedestrians and not just drivers and their … Continue reading Distracted….walking?
Texas lawmakers are planning (once again) to introduce a bill banning texting and driving statewide, but will it become law? There have been several unsuccessful attempts to ban texting and driving in Texas, and while we know the practice is extremely dangerous, there still appears to be quite a bit of opposition. Both sides are ready to discuss their opposing … Continue reading Should Texas Ban Texting & Driving?