OUR GOAL IS TO MAKE YOU A RESPONSIBLE AND SAFE DRIVER
Driving in South Florida can be nerve-wracking. Broward and Palm Beach Counties are rich of diversity also have the largest variety of driving styles. At A ALLIANCE Driving School, we make certain that you are ready for best driving experience. A ALLIANCE Driving School has always strived to provide all students with the best tools and instructions to become safe and law abiding drivers. Our licensed by State of Florida driving instructors have professional drivers background with over 19 years of driving experience. Students graduating from our school help make South Florida a better and a safer place for driving. Caring and polite nature of our private driving instructors make them one of the best in the driving school business. Our driving lessons have all components you will utilize at driving test time and also on a daily basis. Our proprietary driving lesson training methods are one of the most successful in the driving school business. During the practical driving lessons, student drivers will obtain easy to follow guidance from our private driving instructors and are able to apply them with ease and confidence. Our goal at A ALLIANCE Driving School is to make our driving school students pass the Driving Test along with instilling the importance of safe and defensive driving. Students who graduate from A ALLIANCE Driving School are competent, defensive and confident drivers who will be ready to handle any type of roads in any condition and any part of the world.
We specialize in teaching safe driving techniques to adults and teenagers.
We offer 60, 90 and 120 minutes sessions. Free pick up & drop off, at your convenience time and place.
All our cars are dual controlled & commercial insured.
Are you ready to take the driving test today?
Thank you for contacting Us.We definitely can help you with your driving classes.
We recommend you :
* Express Package 3 Hours + Driving Test
Do you have some previous experience?
We recommend you :
* Bronce Package 6 Hours
Quick Start with US and then continue practicing with your family. (*Teach By Example).
We recommend you :
* Silver Package 10 Hours
* Gold Pakage 12 Hours
*Teach By Example
This may be one of the most difficult and challenging tips that we offer to parents teaching their teens to drive because we are all guilty of some type of dangerous driving habit.You must teach by example even before your child is ready to get behind the wheel of a vehicle. Children pay much more attention to the adults around them than the adults notice. From a very early age, your child watches how you drive. Your child sits in the back seat watching everything you do and listening to everything you say, even when you think he is watching his favorite Disney video. This become even more of an issue as your child grows older.If your child sees you texting while driving, talking on your cell phone, playing with the radio controls, speeding, or driving aggressively, your child will learn these dangerous driving habits even before he or she gets a learner’s permit. Every time you are in the car with your child, drive in the manner you want your child to drive. Teaching by example is one of the most effective forms of teaching.Act As Your Teen’s CopilotThe second most effective way to teach your teen to driver is to be in the car with your teen driver as much as possible. You can influence your teen’s driving habits by riding with him or her to gently correct bad driving habits and mistakes before mistakes cause a tragic vehicle accident. Below are tips that help you be an effective copilot.
- Ride in the passenger side with another adult driver to experience how things look from the passenger side of the vehicle. This will help you refrain from yelling “You are about to hit the mailbox” even though your child is nowhere near the mailbox — the mailbox just looks closer now that you are in the passenger seat.
- Have someone treat you as a “new driver.” Someone constantly barking orders at you (i.e. turn left, put on the brakes, pull in there, etc.) can become extremely annoying. It is also very nerve-racking to have someone watching and criticizing your every move. Being in the role of a “new driver” will help you understand how your child feels so that you can adjust how you instruct your child to be most effective.
- Remain alert at all times. Most parents are on hyper-alert when they are teaching their teen to drive — fear of crashing will do that to you. However, as you begin to relax, the temptation to check email, text messages, or do other things may be appealing (it is nice to just ride while someone else does the hard work). However, you must refrain from doing anything that distracts you from our primary goal — teaching your child to be a safe driver.
- Practice as often as possible. You must make time for your teen to practice driving. With practice, you can help your teen learn to make good decisions and judgments about how to handle a variety of driving situations rather than relying on trial and error.
- Remain calm. This may be the most difficult feat for you to accomplish. Try not to raise your voice, have an accusatory attitude, or use derogatory words. Gently and lovingly correct driving mistakes without becoming frustrated (you may correct the same mistake dozens of times). Your teen driver is nervous whether he or she shows it. If you remain calm, it will help your child remain calm and encourage him or her to listen more to what you have to say.
By RICHARD MCMENAMIN
Are you nervous? Lack of confidence?
We recommend you :
* Platinum Package 20 Hours
* Diamond Package 50 Hours
When you finish the package, you will get a certification of driving experience.
Vehicles available for driving test
Free pick up & drop off
We open 7 days/week, from 6:00am to 8:00 PM. Sunday's in the morning only.
Please feel free to message or call me if you have additional questions. Cell phone number (754)2440294.
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