Thanks to LeasePlan USA for the donation of the Chevrolet Impala.
I have one daughter that has completed the "Fear This" training and will soon be taking my other daughter as soon as she gets her license. As a parent all
you can do is prepare your children to the best of your ability and that is what "Fear This" is all about. They give these young drivers information and new found skills
that could very well save their lives and those of others. They are courteous, competent and want nothing more than to prevent teenage driving tragedies. I would recommend
them to anyone!
Awareness and Education
for Teens and Parents
Are you a teenage
driver? Are you the parent of a teenage driver? If you are one or
the other, this new site, FEAR THIS,
is for you!
and resources for teens and parents on safe driving concerns
Memorial Wall for teens and parents to post tributes to friends
or children who have lost their lives in car accidents
- To promote
automobile safety through give-aways,
special offers, links
to other sites, and other similar means
is dedicated to all those who have been lost to fatal accidents.
These lives are more than just statistics, they are sons, daughters,
brothers, sisters, boyfriends, girlfriends, and best friends. We
will strive to do our part to help teens and parents with programs
that will be educational, informative and even have some fun along
free to share your comments and concerns
For more information
about the site, or how you can be a supporting sponsor, please email
Woodrow Gaines at WGaines588@aol.com.
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Our Training is recognized by the following:
Alpharetta City Mayor's Office
Auburn City Court
Forsyth County Juvenile Court
Gwinnett County Court
John's Creek Court
Loganville City Court
Sandy Springs Court
Floyd County Juvenile Court
Centerville man fights for teen driving safety
Andy Byers superintendent of the Jackson County School System is just another parent taking his daughters for a driving lesson.
Race Drivers Speak Out!
ways Michelle Theriault and Reed Sorenson are typical teenagers.
Both are 16, both active in school and sports, and both have recently
received their Georgia Learner's Permits. Michelle and Reed do
differ from their classmates in one interesting way: both have
been racing cars for the past ten years!
Read the article here!
of 16-year olds Michelle Theriault
and Reed Sorenson.
Teenage And Adult Driver Responsibility Act
brochure now available
Office of Highway Safety