There is a significant need for working with teens and adults who may need some extra support, time and lessons adjusted to their unique needs. We have experienced success with individuals diagnosed with anxiety, depression, ADHD, OCD, autism, dyslexia and other learning disorders. We also have experience working with individuals who have stress, nervousness or low confidence specifically related to driving. We encourage you to reach out to Life Drivers Training to discuss how we can support your particular needs.
In all cases, our first step will be a two hour assessment to determine the student’s strengths, weaknesses, confidence level and worries. We will always work at the pace of the student- we will always be patient with what the student is uncomfortable with and ready to adjust to his or her needs.
Life Drivers Training’s pricing schedule as shown below will give you a general list of lessons that are being offered. However, if you can’t find the lesson or lessons you’re looking for-please let us know how we can help you.
We start with the student doing a two hour assessment. This allows us to most accurately make a lesson plan, to best meet your needs.
2 hour driving session: $150
The purpose of this lesson is to both assist the student and parent, it may be recommended if driving is brand new for the student. An assessment may also be used to determine what lessons may be needed to improve the students confidence and belief in themself that they can become a good driver. This will also be used in the case of a student has learning disabilities of different sorts.
The purpose of this lesson is to make a recommendation in reference to the students needs. Sometimes a consultation will also be used in a meeting setting to determine the students needs.
The purpose of this lesson is to expose the student to parking, increase their skills, build confidence, and prepare them for the parking skills portion on the road test
The purpose of this lesson is to expose them to night driving, giving them a chance to contend with the glare of lights either from in front or behind us. To teach them the value of moving eyes and head at all times. For them to recognize that the first two things we lose in the dark is depth perception and contrast. They must learn that if the lights are bothering them, they should look to the right edge of the road. Also that we should never over drive the headlights which means we need to be able to stop within the distance that our headlight shine.
The purpose of this lesson is to expose the student to highway driving. Work on maintaining a consistent speed, work on lane changes at higher speeds, merging on the expressway and exiting. Teaching the student to look way down the road and use mirrors to recognize doubtful situations when they are around us and react.
The purpose of this lesson is to expose the student to hilly and curvy country roads. To continue at all times to be aware of our surrounding. To react when going up a hill and we are about loose our line of site.
Parent Ride Along
The purpose of this lesson is to begin to help the student transition to having a parent or guardian in the car with them. In some cases this becomes a very anxious time for a student. In times it sometimes takes more than just one of these drives. The key to success is getting both the student and the parent to relax.
The purpose of this lesson is to expose the student to winter driving. We will spend lots of time talking about increased following distance, increase stopping distance, making sure we always have space on all four sides. Teaching a good understanding of ABS brakes. Talking about how easy it is for a car to go into a skid and what to do to get out of the skid.
The purpose of this lesson is to work both with the student and parents to work on techniques to elevate the students confidence through positive reinforcement.
The purpose of this lesson is to expose the student to learning increased awareness to their surroundings and being very proactive with what they see, and react to the situation that they have by learning habits of increased following distance, keeping space on all four sides, looking in the mirror every time before they change their speed. Making sure the student forms habits of clearing the intersection before entering by looking left right left right.
Life Drivers Training exists to elevate the students’ confidence and belief in themselves. In many cases, students have developed a fear of driving, possibly because of a negative experience. They may have heard for a number of years that they won’t be good at driving, or they aren’t able to drive. However, I go to great efforts to empower and encourage students in order to increase their feelings of competence. We teach techniques of coping with stress and anxiety. This is a greater problem for the new drivers today because of the increased number of poor drivers.
Life Drivers Training is there to meet all of your driving lesson needs. Please don’t hesitate to contact us. There are no bad questions.
- The preferred method is to text Ron with Life Drivers Training at the number above. If you are unable to text, please call the number above.
- Please include your student’s name, age, any strengths or weaknesses that may help Ron determine what they would need for lessons & parent or guardian name.
- Ron will do his very best to get back to you within the next couple of days. If you have not heard back in that time, please feel free to text again.
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We had a very good experience with Ron. He genuinely cares about his students and about developing them into safe drivers. His passion for teaching new drivers is evident and refreshing in a business where mediocrity seems to be the norm. My daughter went on several one-on-one drives with Ron. He gave her great advice and safety tips. He helped her think outside the yellow lines of the road by going over possible scenarios that can happen while driving and how to maneuver them. He helped her ace both the parking portion and driving portion of the road test. All in all, he’s a great investment in future drivers and success on the road. Thank you, Ron!!