Driving Environments
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Driving in Different Environments and Situations

Research shows novice teen drivers need practice driving in different environments and situations to improve driving performance. The following three skill deficits account for nearly half of all serious crashes involving teen drivers:

  • inability to scan, identify, and react to hazards
  • difficulty managing speed on different types of roads and conditions
  • difficulty managing distractions, both inside and outside the car

To help novice teen drivers develop the skills and experience to overcome these deficits, access these parent-supervised practice lessons. They provide high-quality practice in different environments and situations:

Parking Lots

Residential Roads

Intermediate Roads

Commercial Roads


Country Roads

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