St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) June 5, 2008
Most of the mistakes your teen will make are harmless. Unfortunately, that's not the case when it comes to driving. Simple mistakes have cost thousands of new drivers their lives, and what's most distressing is that driving schools and courses aren't doing much to help.
Due to the amount of time and expense involved in providing a comprehensive driving program, most schools opt to focus only on what's needed to pass the narrowly focused DMV tests. Many spend little to no time at all on highways and interstates, where high speeds make accidents even more dangerous. Driver's Ed Guru aims to help fill in the gaps, providing parents and teens with a free, high-quality resource for tips, training, videos, and even interactive DMV practice tests..
Features like "Getting Acquainted With the Freeway", "Parent-Teen Driving Contracts - Yes or No?", and "Driving in Hazardous Conditions" offer solid advice to both teens and their parents, while the 4-stage, 53-lesson "Learn to Drive" series talks offers a step-by-step guide specifically for parents teaching their teens to drive.
For more information on Driver's Ed Guru, please visit DriversEdGuru.com or contact guru @ driversedguru.com.