No Driver Ed Laws
In Vermont teens are required to attend a traditional driver ed school, usually offered through a school or a local commercial center, in order to get their license. But what if you want to do more than just learn to drive? What if you want to learn to drive collision-free? If you want to do that, then you need Driver Ed in a Box®. Only Driver Ed in a Box® gives you the tools you need in order to create and build the habits of collision-free driving. Vermont also requires a minimum 40 hours of supervised practice, which Driver Ed in a Box® will make a conducive and productive experience for you and your parent. While you attend driving school, you can use our program as supplemental material, as many of our customers in Vermont have.
“Driver Ed in a Box® allowed the parent to provide more specific driving techniques and instruction.” – J.S., Parent
“There are always horror stories when it comes to teenagers learning to drive on the road. Most people think it is stressful and risky. Driver Ed in a Box® takes you step by step preparing you for each type of traffic so that you feel safe and confident about what you are doing. My driving experience was low stress and very exciting. We took our time and made sure I mastered all my lessons before moving to the next level. I was very comfortable and was never pressured into a situation where I didn’t feel in control. The program was very organized, between watching the video, learning the skills and becoming able to execute them. I have much more confidence now and plan to be and stay a collision-free driver.” – Katy Streder, Student
“Driver Ed in a Box® gives the parent an excellent review for safe driving as well as ideas on what to teach the teen driver to be a safe driver.” – Jana Brimmer, Parent