Defensive Driving Courses (DDC)

Alive at 25

Alive at 25 specifically targets the needs of inexperienced drivers ages 16 – 24. This course is conducted in the classroom only and focuses on taking responsibility as a driver, maintaining control in various driving situations, and handling peer pressure.  Emphasis is placed on speeding, distracted driving, alcohol and seat belt safety. Students will leave class with a commitment to making better driving choices. Course curriculum developed by the National Safety Council (NSC).

Defensive Driving: 4 Hour

In this classroom only course, participants of all ages will learn essential defensive driving techniques and skills to avoid collisions and decrease future violations.  This course will challenge participants to change their behind-the-wheel behaviors. Course not recommended for participants with DUI’s or passing stopped school bus violations. Course curriculum developed by the National Safety Council (NSC).

Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving (ADD): 8-Hour

This is a highly participatory class that assesses the individual’s driving behavior and involves the students in developing an action plan to improve driving behavior and personal responsibility.  Students are directed into understanding how their driving results from choices they make and that the responsibility of safe driving is their own.  Appropriate violations for this course include excessive speeds, passing a stopped school bus, careless and reckless driving, and driving while license revoked.  Course curriculum developed by the National Safety Council (NSC). Course is conducted in classroom only and held from 8:00am – 5:00pm on select Saturdays.

Note: All our instructors are certified through the National Safety and Health Council of North Carolina. The Safety and Health Council of North Carolina is a non-profit, non-governmental public service association chartered under the laws of the State of North Carolina.

For more information about these classes, call 336.734.7023.

 

Motorcycle Safety Education

Motorcycle Safety – Basic Rider Course (BRC) – New Training Curriculum

The Basic Rider Course has been updated and now includes an eCourse (online) that is a prerequisite for the riding exercises. The eCourse will be conducted during the first class meeting. MSF requires all students to satisfactorily complete the eCourse in order to participate in the riding portion of the class. Failure to satisfactorily complete eCourse before your scheduled Saturday morning class will result in forfeiture of your registration fee and a grade of incomplete.

In this course you will learn the basic skills of motorcycle operation, effective braking and obstacle operation, as well as safe riding strategies. If you are unable to meet the physical or coordination requirements, you may be required to discontinue the riding portion of the course with no refund provided.

 For more information about the eCourse, please visit: http://www.msf-usa.org/eCourse.aspx

NOTE: Must have a valid email address and know how to operate a computer.

Class is physical and mentally demanding.  Ride exercises will be conducted in extreme heat, cold and rain.

Cost: $170.00 (includes eCourse)

Class schedule: Class meets for 4 days
2 Thursdays 6 pm -10 pm (computer lab & classroom)
2 Saturdays 8 am – 3 pm (range)

For more information about these classes, call 336.734.7023.