Updated Feb. 15th: Due to the warm weather and unsafe conditions, we have cancelled our Teen Driving Event on Feb. 19th. We were very pleased with the response to this event and are disappointed to have to cancel, but hope to see our teen drivers at a summer clinic or at an event next winter.
Have you ever been concerned if a regular driver's education course is good enough to keep your teen driver safe on the roads? Do they know who fast they can stop their car? Or how snow and ice effect driving dynamics? Doesn't it make sense to give your teen a "hands-on" opportunity for how to handle a car?
Well, you've come to the right place! Let our volunteer staff of highly trained driving instructors teach your teen driver how to handle a car. From slalom and skid pad exercises to braking and accident avoidance, we will teach your teen driver more in one day than they've learned the entire Driver’s Education Course.
This 7-hour program consists of one hour-long classroom session and approximately six hours of behind the wheel exercises with a personal instructor. The ice-driving clinic starts at 8:00am and completes at 4:00pm. Students and guardians should be at the lake by 8am for registration. The classroom session will be held at the Horse and Hunt Club, which is in close proximity, east of the venue from 11am to noon. We recommend having lunch at the Horse and Hunt Club from noon to 1pm.
The cost is $100 per student.
Register at: MotorsportReg.com
Class size is limited and spots fill quickly, so be sure to register early!
To learn more about what expect, check out the following links:
Our Teen Driving Clinic is for permitted or licensed teen drivers age 15 to 18. Students must bring their drivers permit or driver’s license with them to the event.
All attendees will be required to sign a waiver.
Students under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian for the duration of the clinic. A waiver form must also be signed by the parent or guardian on behalf of each minor upon checking in for the clinic.
Students must provide their own currently licensed, insured, and mechanically sound automobile.
Check the vehicle's tire pressures and brake pads, and remove all loose and unnecessary objects from the interior of the car and trunk prior to arriving at Cynthia Lake.
Some trucks and large SUV's are NOT allowed to be driven during the clinic. If you are unsure of your vehicle will be permitted, please contact us registering by sending an email to email@example.com.
Sponsored by: Shell Oil Company