Performance Based Training for teen drivers.Exceeding the State of Ohio standards:Performance Based Driver Education, Advanced 2-Day Skills, 4-Hour Teen Winter Skills, Teen Driving Assessments!
Reduces corporate crashes, saves lives, saves money, and is the best safety message a President can make! DriveTeam offers 3 tiers of Corporate Training:Hands-On Core Programs, Load Securement, Winter Skills
Emergency Response Operations Courses. Our Police, Fire, and EMT’s deserve all the education and training they can get. Our curriculum offers advancement and is a guide for reducing injury and/or death.
We receive requests for Senior Driver assessments from families, friends, businesses, physicians, attorneys, and judges. Comprehensive report provided.
Featured Program: Winter Skills Clinic
The DriveTeam Winter Skills Clinic is the only one of its kind in Ohio and teaches adults and teens the skills necessary to drive safely through the winter.
TURNING DRIVING INTO A SKILL!
Founded in 1990, DriveTeam has graduated nearly 50,000 students. From teen drivers to police, fire and emergency teams to corporations and seniors. DriveTeam can create wet or dry skid pad area for braking, ABS, traction control devices, and electronic control units. Our road system makes “vehicle dynamics area” very unique! From half moon backing skills to s-curves thru our chacane DriveTeam offers 73 different courses in our five divisions.
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