How To Drive Online™ Launches in USA with Affordable and Interactive Driving Lessons

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How to Drive Online™ offers new web-based driver training programs that give drivers access to life-saving driving lessons. How to Drive Online™ benefits drivers of all ages as well as parents planning to teach their new driver.

How to Drive Online™ site launches web-based driver training programs to give American drivers easy access to affordable and life-saving driving lessons.  How to Drive Online™ will benefit drivers of all ages.

How to Drive Online site launches web-based driving lessons

Young Drivers President – Peter Christianson “Learning how to drive means parents must become driving coaches. This on-line program makes this process safer and will produce drivers who drive well and respect the dangers involved.”

How to Drive Online™ site launches today for American drivers to access affordable and life-saving driving lessons. In the United States, there is a shift upward of licensed drivers, as there are now over 190 million licensed drivers sharing US roads.¹ How to Drive Online™ offers web-based driver training for drivers of all ages and can also be used by parents planning to teach their new driver the proper defensive driving techniques.

The How to Drive Online™ program offers two levels of training. The first covers the basics of driving and explains how to successfully control the vehicle. Skills such as parallel parking, right and left hand turns and braking techniques are covered. The driving lessons in Level One are especially helpful for parents who are coaching their new driver and looking to reduce the stress that comes with the job. The step by step, how-to setup shows new drivers and the co-driver what to look for to make their practice hours safer and more enjoyable. Level Two of How to Drive Online™ explains city driving techniques and the Collisionfree!™ Approach to driving, a proprietary approach, which boasts over one million students to date. The Collisionfree!™ Approach covers techniques such as safe left turns at large intersections using improved vehicle positioning, proper car control, how to control traffic as well as advanced techniques such as how to avoid a rear crash – the number one cause of injury in traffic collisions.

There are interactive components and innovative 6 camera videos of real traffic that any novice driver, someone looking to upgrade their driving skills or new driver coach can benefit from. How to Drive Online™ can be easily accessed at the user’s convenience, anywhere, anytime they have internet access. Both levels of the How to Drive Online™ program can be used in conjunction with a driving school program to reinforce safe driving habits and defensive driving techniques.

How to Drive Online™ was created to help American drivers stay out of crashes and offers a proactive solution towards reducing collisions across the USA. In the USA the insurance loss ratio averages 74.3% which means $74 out of every $100 in insurance premium go towards repairing damage². The driving lessons in this new on-line program shows drivers how to avoid crashes which will in turn help keep their insurance premiums lower in the future.

Young Drivers® President Peter Christianson says, “Accidents are both predictable and preventable. Our modern lives are busy but it is imperative we don’t undervalue the importance of learning correct driving techniques. This is why Young Drivers® created an on-line learning solution for driving that can be easily accessed at the user’s convenience, anywhere, anytime they have internet access.”

The first level of How to Drive Online™ is $29.99, the second level is $29.99 or both can be purchased at a packaged price of $49.99.

Young Drivers® is one of North America’s largest driver training organizations. Established in 1970, Young Drivers® has taught over one million novice drivers and has experience launching virtual driving products such as the YD e-EXPERIENCE™ e-Learning training program.

For more information about How to Drive Online™ please visit

¹The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) ² The Fitch Report - 2012

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Director of Public Relations - Young Drivers
Phone: 905-529-5501 x229
Email: svukosavljevic(at)yd(dot)com

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