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Tire Rack Street Survival School

- Saturday
- Hosted by us: Sacramento Valley Chapter of the BMW Car Club of America
- Special car control program geared towards teen drivers

- Cost is limited to $60 per student
- Requires parental approval
- Location: Sacramento Regional Driver Training Facility (near Sunrise Blvd & Douglas Rd)
- Seats are limited and filling up fast
- To find out more and register for the school, visit the website at http://streetsurvival.org.
or contact Richard Kuchman

It is a one day school designed to make teenage drivers more competent and safer on the road.
In each exercise an instructor rides with the teen driver in his or her own car practicing
exercises marked out on a slow-speed, closed course using orange traffic safety cones.
The exercises are similar to those used by the Sacramento Sheriffs to train their beginning
students.

This program was started by the BMW Car Club of America using strict guidlines for safety
and educates the teen driver in vehicle dynamics, including emergency braking, accident
avoidance, proper cornering, and low-speed skid control.

The cost is limited to $60 per student, and requires parental approval. The schools will be
held at the Sacramento Regional Driver Training Facility, which is the training facility for
the city police and county sheriffs located near Douglas Rd. and Sunrise Blvd.

 
 
 


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