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Driver's Training

  • The AAA Approved Driving School program was developed with the goal of having a nationwide organization of quality driving schools.

    The program is designed to help parents and teens identify the best driver training resources in their area. The Approved Driving School Network is a central tool in AAA's goal to help create safer drivers.

    Drivers Training

    Schools wishing to become an Approved Driving School must undergo an inspection and approval process conducted by AAA. Schools must meet the following criteria:

    • • Must have been in business for a minimum of one year.
    • • Have the highest caliber instructors and demonstrate successful ongoing education programs for instructors.
    • • Must demonstrate adequate insurance limits, possess the required equipment, exhibit financial stability and maintain good reputations in their respective communities.

    For more information, contact:

    Mary Lou Gallimore





  • Bloom School of Driving Dynamix, Inc.

    There's a difference between driver education and driver training.

    While the primary focus of the one-day Car Control Drills Program is new teen drivers, BSDD can accommodate anyone who wants to improve their behind-the-wheel skills.

    Beep Beep Driving School

    Beep Beep offers the state required driver program for obtaining a driver's license. This school offers both classroom and behind-the-wheel training.

    252 West Main Street
    St Clairsville, Ohio

    Mid-Ohio School

    Providing driving techniques not found in a typical drivers' education classroom, the Honda Teen Defensive Driving Program puts students behind the wheel to learn skills that will be used for a lifetime. Students practice collision avoidance techniques, loss of control recovery skills, bad weather maneuvers through emergency lane change, wet braking, slalom and skid car drills. Parents are highly encouraged to stay and watch the program while their teen participates. Course begins at 8:30 am with registration, Class begins at 9:00 am and ends at approximately 3:20 pm.

    Program is taught at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
    7721 Lexington-Steam Corners
    Lexington, Ohio


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Driving Tips

Whether you're headed to work or cross-country to visit family, a little planning can save you a lot of trouble down the road. We've put together some tips for you and your car from our automotive experts.

  • First and foremost, check your fluids!

    Make sure all fluid levels are within the limits specified in your owner's manual.

    Keep on rollin'

    Check your tires and make sure they're inflated to the manufacturer's recommended settings.

    Lights & Windshields

    Check your wiper blades, all signals, headlights and interior lights.

    Batteries, Belts & Hoses

    Visually inspect all belts & hoses for excessive wear and corrosion and have your battery checked.

    In Case of Emergency

    Always carry your AAA card with you.

    Create an emergency kit to store in your car that includes non-perishable food, first aid items, water, jumper cables and basic tools.

    Keep your cell phone fully charged.


  • Getting there

    Get up-to-date maps and directions from AAA, of course. Plan plenty of stops and leave your itinerary with friends or family.

    Pack smart

    Plan out what to bring ahead of time and make sure you're not overloading your vehicle.

    Avoid fatigue

    Get plenty of rest before a long drive, allow for frequent stops and switch drivers often, if possible.

    Tow safely

    When towing a trailer, allow for extra stopping time. Check your owner's manual for limits.

    Take the scenic route

    Consider taking side roads to avoid heavily-trafficked interstates.

    Be nice

    Driving can be frustrating - take it easy on yourself and other drivers. Use your signals, don't tailgate and be patient with other drivers.

Drive Sharp Now


A car in front of you brakes suddenly. At fifty miles an hour, a couple of milliseconds can make the difference between a scare and a bad crash.

Now you can gain that extra time by training your brain to react faster to unexpected events with DriveSharp, a groundbreaking software program that can cut your risk of a car crash by up to 50%. The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety has partnered with Posit Science to bring you this revolutionary new brain fitness program at a special price for AAA members.

Using DriveSharp can help you:
• Cut your risk of a car crash by up to 50%
• Increase useful field of view by up to 200%
• Reduce stopping distance by up to 22 feet at 55mph
• Increase confidence while driving at night and in congested traffic

You can react faster when it really matters. We're excited to offer this breakthrough program to AAA members at the special price of $49. For less than $50, you can reduce your risk of a car crash by up to 50%.
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