Here at our Phoenix law firm, we see many personal injury clients who have been hurt in car accidents. If you have not had a driving course in 3 to 5 years, you might consider attending a AAA driving course online or in person, for example:
RoadWise: Designed by AAA for 55+ drivers; however, anyone can register to take the course. The course teaches you how to hone your night driving skills, the intricacies of new vehicle technology, and driving tips geared to making you a better, safer driver. The Roadwise Driver course also covers:
- Extending your driving career
- Distractions, drowsiness, aggressive driving & road rage
- Managing visibility, time & space
- Alcohol & medications
- Comfort and safety tips
Go to https://drivertraining.aaa.biz for more information about the RoadWise course.
Ticket Dismissal: AAA's Traffic School offers an online course that allows most civil traffic violations to be dismissed and prevents them from being placed on your driving record. Online training benefits include:
- Take the course on your computer with Internet access;
- Access live 24-hour customer service and support;
- Enjoy competitive pricing;
- Work at your own pace.
Go to https://www.az.aaa.com/discounts/automotive/ticket-dismissal for more information about AAA Traffic School.
Keys2Drive: This AAA program makes AAA an ally as you embark on the road to safe teenage driving. Check out AAA's free, online Dare to Prepare program. The videos include information about graduated driver's licenses (GDLs), Parent-Teen Driving Agreement, choosing a driving school and insurance, and tips on why teens have motor vehicle accidents. Simply go to http://teendriving.aaa.com/AZ/getting-ready/ and click through the written information and Dare to Prepare video recordings for a wealth of information that can help prevent your teen from becoming a statistic.
Driver-ZED: AAA's computer-based practice DVD software program puts your teen into 100 live-action situations – the equivalent of several years of actual driving. They will learn how to anticipate danger by actually experiencing it on their computer screens instead of facing hazardous situations for the first time when they are behind the wheel. You can find more information about this program at https://www.az.aaa.com/news/traffic-safety/driver-zed.