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Our Next Police Training for Teen Drivers Class is Advanced Training: Skid Recovery Training Techniques.
Select your preferred location below to sign up for a class.
Location: 1775 Highland Ave, Augusta, GA 30904-5302
Classroom Date & Location:
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Location: 6502 Seawright Dr Savannah, Ga. 31406
Classroom Date & Location: Benedictine Military School in the cafeteria.
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Classroom Location: Northeast Church, 2001 Cherry Drive, Braselton, GA 30517
Hands-on Training Dates & Location: 1001 Cherry Drive
Braselton, GA. 30517.
February 11, Afternoon session, 11:30 PM to 4:30 PM.
February 12, Morning session, 8 AM to 12:30 PM
Location: 5230 Taylor Road Johns Creek, GA 30022
Classroom Date & Location:Ed Isakson/Alpharetta Family YMCA. 3655 Preston Ridge Road Alpharetta, Ga. 30005. 7pm till 9:30pm
Hands-on Training Dates & Location: Chattahoochee High School. Fridays and Saturdays. Morning session will be 8 AM till 12:30 PM. Afternoon session will be 1 PM till 5:30 PM.
Location: 33 Greenville St, Newnan, GA 30263 (Newnan First United Methodist Church)
Classroom Date & Location:Newnan First United Methodist
Hands-on Training Dates & Location:275 Pine Rd Newnan, GA. 30263. Coweta County Fairgrounds
Location: Rome Police-Municipal Court, 5 Government Plaza # 300, Rome, GA 30161
Classroom Date & Location: Rome City Court, 5 Government Plaza, Suite 300 8 AM to 10:30 AM
Hands-on Training Dates & Location: Richard B. Russell Regional Airport. 304 Russell Field RD. N.E. Rome, GA, 30165. Morning session will from 8:00 AM till 12:30 PM. Afternoon session will be from 1:00PM to 5:30PM
Location: Talladega Superspeedway
Classroom Date: February 17, 2018, 8:00 AM-10:30 AM
Hands-on Training Dates:
- Saturday Afternoon, February 17, 11:30 to 4:30 (REGISTRATION OPEN)
- Sunday Morning, February 18, 7:45 to 12:15
- Sunday Afternoon, February 18, 1:00 to 5:30
Just a note to tell you how much my daughter enjoyed the course. Even though she was dreading giving up her Friday night to sit in a classroom for 4 hours, she admitted that the time flew by and that the instructor was very informative and very entertaining. She was a bit apprehensive about the Saturday session, given that the outline for the next day seemed to be more than she was capable of. Of course, that changed with your instruction and the confidence you instilled in these young drivers. She conquered the driving session and was very proud of herself. Read More
It has been almost three years since our oldest daughter, Brittany, spent a Saturday in the Fear This for Life program. She has been and remains a very responsible and careful driver. She has had no mishaps, accidents or tickets. She has had several near misses in situations where other drivers were reckless or negligent and has reacted correctly to avoid what could have been serious accidents. She has mentioned your course several times and how she knows it gave her a sense of driving defensively and what to do in some dangerous situations. Read More
I have one daughter that has completed the “Fear This” training and will soon be taking my other daughter as soon as she gets her license. As a parent all you can do is prepare your children to the best of your ability and that is what “Fear This” is all about. They give these young drivers information and new found skills that could very well save their lives and those of others. They are courteous, competent and want nothing more than to prevent teenage driving tragedies. I would recommend them to anyone!
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