Professional Training for your Driver Education

In-Car Lessons

  • Circle Check, control gauges
    • A preliminary check of the vehicle and its diagnostic indicators.
  • Proper engine start
  • Hand-over-hand steering control
    • This technique is important for maintaining proper control of the vehicle at all times and is an integral part of defensive driving.
  • Steering turn recovery
  • City driving
  • Left turns in complex intersection
  • Right turns in complex intersection
  • Left and right turns in small intersections
  • One way street left and right turns
  • Lane changes M.S.B.
    • Checking your Mirror, Signalling, and checking your Blind-spot, or M.S.B., each time you change lanes helps ensure that you will see any potential hazard before you change lanes or directions.
  • Overtaking and passing
  • Proper speed for conditions
    • Posted speed limits are meant for ideal conditions, so when the conditions change, it is important to adjust your speed limit to match.
  • 3 point turns
    • Making safe and swift turns in any space
  • Backing in and drive in parking
  • Parallel parking
  • Simple guidelines for perfect parking every time
  • Rear-view
  • Uphill and downhill parking with curb
  • Heavy traffic awareness in advance
  • Free-way entry and exit
  • Adverse conditions
    • Darkness, fog, rain, snow and ice are all conditions that make driving more difficult. PT Driver Education will instruct during these conditions, weather permitting. After completion of six hours in-car lessons you may choose to attend Skid Control training.  (certificate provided by Skid Control School on Completion )   ( FAQs)
  • Stop and yield signs
  • Pedestrian and public transit stops
    • The law now states that drivers must yield to public transit vehicles as they signal their intentions to leave a transit stop.
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