Texas Study Shows Certain Teens Are Safer Drivers

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The purpose of Driver Ed in a Box® is not simply to get a driver license for new teen drivers. Instead, the purpose of Driver Ed in a Box® is to enable teens to become safe, collision-free drivers.

Parents who follow the Driver Ed in a Box® program provide nine months to a year of extended supervised training to teach their teen to drive. And fortunately, our product walks you through the complete process step by step.

A Texas study claims that certain teen drivers have fewer crashes, wrecks and collisions. According to the Texas study, these teens use a product called Driver Ed in a Box®. Patrick Barrett, developer of the program, states "Parents who follow the Driver Ed in a Box® program provide nine months to a year of extended supervised training to teach their teen to drive. And fortunately, our product walks you through the complete process step by step."

According to Mr. Barrett, "A review of the driving records of the graduates of our parent-taught driver education course, Driver Ed in a Box®, shows that our 16 year old graduates have a collision rate of only 1.7%. Studies show that 16 year old drivers in the state of Texas using other methods of driver education have a collision rate of 11.4%."

Driver Ed in a Box®, which was designed from the ground up by Mr. Barrett, provides the tools parents need to work together with their teen at a pace that is comfortable for each of them. The fully integrated materials include audio CDs, videos on DVD, a textbook, a student workbook, and training mirrors for use in the in-vehicle training. The parent materials are thorough, well organized and are designed to help build the teen's confidence in driving. Parents provide first-hand experience to their teen and in the process build the teen's confidence as a new driver.

Students study each chapter of the textbook, either on a computer or using a paper-based version, and then complete a quiz at the end of each chapter. Parents grade the quizzes and keep records in the Parent Companion. After the teen has obtained a learner permit, they begin the in-vehicle training. Time requirements and restrictions are completely laid out in the materials.

Driver Ed in a Box® provides parents and teens with a complete, safety-oriented process for teaching the teen the techniques of collision-free driving.

About Driver Ed in a Box, LLC:
Driver Ed in a Box, LLC was started by Patrick L. Barrett (Pat), a nationally known expert in training for collision-free driving. We are a company with a mission to provide families with the knowledge and tools necessary to build the habits of safe, collision-free driving.

Contact:
Patrick Barrett, Owner
Driver Ed in a Box, LLC
800-562-6405
http://www.teendriveamerica.com

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