Illinois Schools Lead Nation In Drivers Education Training - Teach Unwritten Rules of the Road

Release of new book better prepares young teenage drivers for the unexpected by teaching them the "Unwritten Rules of the Road".

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Available Fall 2014

I firmly believe the objective of this book is to teach new and inexperienced teenage drivers how to develop safer driving habits, by challenging their ability to think and act responsibly while behind the wheel of an automobile. Mayor A. George Pradel

Naperville, Illinois (PRWEB) May 28, 2014

Illinois high schools will be supplementing their driver education materials this fall with the addition of a new book to their curriculum titled "What Teenage Drivers Don't Know, The Unwritten Rules of the Road, A Guide for Student Drivers and Their Parents".

Naperville high school driver education instructors will be adding refreshing new information as they begin their fall classes teaching the Unwritten Rules of the Road. When asked what those rules are, co-author Harmata explains, "Those which can only be learned from decades of driving experience".

Along with Paul Zientarski, the two authors believe they have created a book that will not replace, but enhance current driver education material. So impressed by the books content, Naperville Mayor George Pradel and City Prosecutor Michael DiSanto have consulted with Harmata and Zientarski to make it even better.

About the Authors
John Harmata is the president of Arena Sports & Consulting Services, Inc. Since 2000, his Ask Mr. Edge column has been featured in US Figure Skating’s “SKATING” magazine. His first book, “Anatomy of a Figure Skating Injury” was published in May of 2013 and is currently a nominee for a Global EBook and Nautilus Award.

Paul Zientarski has been an educator for 40 years, spending 26 of those as Department chairman for Physical Education, Health and Driver Education. Paul has been awarded the “Healthy School Hero” by the Action for Healthy Kids and has been inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame at Quincy University. Paul has done presentations in more than 20 states, including the President’s Council on Health, Fitness and Nutrition in Washington D.C. Now retired, Paul is a consultant to high schools across the nation.

Contact:
John Harmata, Lead Author
Phone: 630-301-8154
Email: askmredge(at)aol(dot)com
Paul Zientarski, Author/Consultant
Phone: 630-961-0525
Email: zcoach47(at)gmail(dot)com
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