2017 TEEN CLINIC DATES AND DETAILS
MAY 21, 2017 & SEPT 17, 2017
Registration is now closed.
Automobile accidents are currently the leading cause of death for teens. Safe driving is a learned skill that requires practice and additional driver training is the key. The Teen Safe Driver Clinic presented by the Audi Club Chicagoland Chapter is a great opportunity for a teen driver to work on improving their driving skills to become a safer driver.
The all-day school is designed to teach safe driving techniques, including braking, lane changes, driving on slippery roads and reacting to an oversteering or understeering vehicle. Each teen driver will have a personal instructor in their car who will coach them during participation in the various exercises.
Participants must be 16 to 19-years-old and possess a valid driver’s license. Participants provide their own vehicle, which must be in good running order and pass a technical inspection, including tires, brakes, fluids, lights and other essentials. We encourage the teen to bring the vehicle they drive most often, whether it is a car, SUV or minivan.
A parent must accompany all drivers and remain present for the entire clinic. While parents will not participate in the driving exercises, they will be able to view their child from a safe distance. Parents will attend the brief instructional sessions in the classroom and can also offer to help with cones, etc. during the exercises on the driving range.
Northeastern Illinois Public Safety Training Academy (NIPSTA)
2300 Patriot Boulevard
Glenview, IL 60026
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The Teen Safe Driver Clinic at NIPSTA is proudly sponsored by: