Freehold Driving School

At Freehold Driving School, our student's safety is our number one priority. We have served Monmouth County since 1970. We have served Monmouth County since 1970 and with our experience; we are truly knowledgeable when it comes to what is expected to pass the written and practical driving exams.

We teach our students the skills to maneuver through most driving environments that will keep them safe as they begin their new found freedom. Call us today and one of our friendly staff will be happy to answer all of your concerns.

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Understanding what commonly causes accidents can be helpful. According to a study by GMAC Insurance, the No. 1 cause of wrecks is multi-tasking while driving. This can include talking or texting on phones, applying makeup and even reading.


You may be in a hurry to get some place, but your safety should never trump your lateness. Even if the car in front of you is going very slow, never attempt to pass someone in dangerous weather conditions.


It’s important to remember that you don’t have to wait until you get a ticket to attend a defensive driving class. Whether the court mandates that you take a driving safety course or you’re simply trying to get a discount on your auto insurance, we’re always here for you.


Just because the weather gets bad doesn’t mean that life stops. A good driver needs to be able to handle their car in any kind of weather, including snow, ice, rain, and more. A driving instructor will make sure that you’re prepared no matter what the weather throws at you.


If it’s possible, stick to one lane when driving in a busy city. It might seem like frequently changing lanes will get you to your destination faster. However, the difference will be minimal. Sticking to one lane will reduce your chances of a collision.


Over 80 percent of all car accidents are the result of human error. This means that most of the time, it is not the car causing the crash but a driving mistake. Driving school can teach you the latest in driving techniques and defensive driving behaviors.


Did you know that increasing your visibility on the road can significantly reduce accident risks? Just a few tips we recommend to increase visibility include: wearing high visibility clothing, equipping the motorcycle with a loud horn and using high visibility motorcycle headlamps in the daylight.


Driving in the winter can be scary, particularly if there is snow and ice on the road. Instructors at driving school can offer tips about black ice – a nearly invisible layer of ice that can form on bridges and overpasses – and the importance of slowing down in wintry conditions.


Try to remain calm during your driving test. If something goes wrong, just continue. You are being assessed for your ability to control a car safely and to respond to challenges on the road so a minor fault may not necessarily go against you.


One of the most important defensive driving tips to adhere to is to make it a point to never speed. Studies show that for every mile per hour faster you drive, your likelihood of getting into an accident increases by 5 percent.


One of the biggest benefits of motorcycle driving school is that it will really prepare students for the situations they may encounter when out on the road. This includes learning to anticipate and accommodate a variety of traffic situations.


We often spend our early teen years looking at a golden prize- learning to drive and getting our own car. But that comes with a considerable responsibility. Learning how to drive well and learning the laws you’ll need to follow will help you learn to manage that responsibility while still enjoying your freedom.


There are approximately 8.5 million motorcycles on the road, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Safety is particularly crucial for motorcycle riders because those involved in crashes are five times more likely to be injured than drivers in vehicles.


Did you know that many automobile insurance companies offer New Driver discounts for new drivers who take driving school lessons and provide proof of completion? Some insurers also offer discounts to adults for completion of defensive driving classes, which are offered by driving schools as well.


When it comes to motorcycle driving school, in most cases, motorcycle experience isn’t necessary for beginning courses. However, it’s usually recommended that students be comfortable on a bicycle at least, so that the riding posture and balance aren’t totally new.


Defensive driving is all about learning how to react to situations that arise as we drive, and being observant of what is happening around us so that we can react more appropriately. We can all benefit from those skills, whether we’re 15 or 100.


Did you know that in 1955 Dodge introduced a pink, two-door coupe especially for women? It featured a matching calf-skin purse complete with coordinated accessories including a face-powder compact, lipstick case, cigarette case, comb, cigarette lighter and change purse.


Before you take your motorcycle out for a spin, it’s important to make a habit of making sure your tires have the proper pressure. When tires are underinflated, handling is difficult, steering is less responsive, and often you will have a more difficult time getting the bike to lean when necessary.


Following someone too closely is a sure fire way to end up in a fender bender. One simple rule to keep yourself from following too closely is called the three second rule. Look for a stationary object that the car in front of you is going to pass. You should take at least three seconds to pass the same object to be a safe distance away from the car in front.


We realize that operating a motorcycle can be inherently more dangerous that operating a car or truck. Let’s talk about how our driving safety course can help you be better prepared for the various obstacles you may face while driving a motorcycle.


Defensive driving techniques can be true lifesavers. They can help you learn how to better avoid accidents, making you an all around safer driver. That’s why a great defensive driving course can be a very worthwhile investment.


In most states, you need to be at least 16 years old to apply for your driver’s license. But you can get your learner’s permit at age 15. Driving schools will require a learner’s permit before allowing you to enroll.


It’s important to remember that traffic laws are in place to keep drivers, passengers and pedestrians safe on area roadways. We’re always happy to help clarify any laws that may seem unclear.


In a defensive driving course you’ll learn that alcohol, drugs and driving simply do not mix. About 38 percent of all of the most serious crashes are connected to alcohol and drugs, according to the American Safety Council. Not driving impaired will significantly reduce your chances of getting into an accident.


In addition to a good helmet, riding gear includes; a jacket, pants, gloves and boots. It is worth buying high quality items as they all contribute to the best possible health and safety while on the road.


Try to become aware of your driving distractions. Distractions include grooming, reading maps, talking on a cell phone, texting, eating and drinking, even using a hands-free navigation system. Pulling over is always the answer when a driver attempts to do anything but drive.


Some people like to maintain a record in a small notebook they keep in their car of how much they are driving, what they need to work on, and which questions they have.


Licensing privileges, vehicle ownership and maintenance, general driving maintenance, as well as various maneuvers are covered in driving school. Driver’s license testing and how to prevent score loss, as well as successful defensive driving techniques are covered during driving school courses as well.


Did you know that loose pets in a vehicle can cause distractions? They can also be harmed or even lost in the event of an accident. If you need to travel with your pet, make sure your pet is in a secure and safe travel carrier.


Did you know that in the United States alone there are over 5 million car accidents each year? Car accidents are also the leading cause of death for people aged 34 years old and younger. Driving school can teach you what you need to know to stay safe on today’s roads.


Isn’t defensive driving simply being sober, alert and attentive? That certainly helps, but there are techniques taught in defensive driving courses that allow drivers to spot potential safety issues before they occur – such as scanning the road ahead of you and keeping a safe distance between you and the nearest driver.


Taking driving lessons not only teaches the rules and laws of the road: it also dispels myths and makes it clear the responsibilities of the driver. This includes who can be in the car with young drivers under a certain age or with less than a specific number of hours behind the wheel.


Defensive driving courses can be used to reduce or replace a penalty for unsafe driving. They are also educational resources that inform drivers about ways to stay safe on the roads.


Driving schools teach good safety practices along with the rules of the road. In the US, for example, every state requires children to be secured by a safety seat or seat belt, and roughly half require all adult car occupants to wear seat belts as well.


A critical part of motorcycle safety has to do with learning all aspects of how your motorcycle works, as well as current traffic rules and regulations. It’s also important that you master the skills necessary to operate a motorcycle safely and lawfully in all weather conditions and different types of situations.


In the foreseeable future we might see “self-driving” cars on our roads. Companies like Google and Tesla are working on using a variety of sensors and computer programming to build cars that drive themselves.


Like most other motor vehicles, it’s usually necessary to obtain a permit before you begin operating a motorcycle on the road. Rest assured that our team is always available to help you meet the requirements necessary to get your permit.


Do you know that driving under the influence of alcohol is a serious offense in America? It can result in driving suspension, vehicle impounding or even arrest.


According to the Motorcycle Safety Foundation, motorcycle riding requires both physical and mental fortitude. The beginning rider courses at driving school are designed to develop and perfect skills in both areas.


Did you know that driving school may actually be required to keep your license past a certain age? The precise age and law changes from state to state. In addition to satisfying legal requirements, driving school will also make you a safer driver.


Have you ever wondered why it’s called defensive driving? That doesn’t mean that you’re driving in a scared, cautious way. Defensive driving is designed so you can take a proactive approach to avoiding other drivers and the problems that they could create for you.


Most motorcycle instructors will agree that beginners should start out by riding smaller engine bikes. The 250cc is an ideal bike due to its lightweight build, height, and maneuverability.


Did you know that slamming on your brakes is one of the worst things to do if your car begins to skid? Instead, it is a good idea to steer in the direction you want to go.


When faced with a potential collision or accident on the road, as a motorcycle driver you need to be able to think fast. We will teach you how to anticipate issues and safely respond to avoid accidents and other mishaps.


Did you know that the courts might offer you an opportunity to take a course such as Speedy Awareness in place of fines or penalties? If you ever find yourself in such a situation, run for a defensive driving program.


Reduce accidents when driving to work. Leave early enough to get to work at a reasonable speed, concentrate on driving – not work, and do not use your cell phone.


Oftentimes people forget to put a blinker on when pulling out of a parking spot. This is a critical indication that you’ll be pulling into traffic.


Why attend driving school? Drivers who complete a well-constructed driving school program learn effective defensive driving techniques that are invaluable today, when some studies estimate up to one out of five drivers on the road is unlicensed.


An important part of driving school curriculums involves becoming familiar with how your car handles both at and beyond its limits. This will make you a much better driver overall, no matter what type of driving situation you encounter.


Did you know that distracted driving is the most dangerous threat to our road today? Visual, manual and cognitive distractions are the most common that raise risks of a car crash.



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