Winter Driving Tips

The last blog post went through the steps needed to winterize your car to be prepared for winter driving. Once winter comes are some additional steps drivers need to take before hitting the road each day to keep safe, so be sure to follow these easy winter driving tips: If you’re lucky and can turn on […]

Winterize Your Car

Winter is just around the corner and both new and experienced drivers will benefit from taking steps to winterize their cars.  The best time to winterize your car is before the first frost, but oftentimes drivers wait until after the first major snowfall, which oftentimes is too late.  At Top Driver driving school we encourage […]

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Recent AAA Study

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/4″][vc_single_image image=”2726″ border_color=”grey” img_link_target=”_self” img_size=”full”][/vc_column][vc_column width=”3/4″][vc_column_text]As state and federal funding for drivers education courses decreases more and more novice drivers are opting to skip driving school, but a recent study published by AAA shows that teenage drivers who miss out on drivers education are more likely to get into traffic accidents or receive traffic […]

Illinois Cell Phone Laws

*Update on Aug. 7, 2019* Hand-held devices are banned while driving in the state of Illinois, which means no talking, texting, emailing, or adjusting your GPS while driving. Yes, even touching your GPS while driving is considered a violation. You can use a phone if you are using a speakerphone or headset in most circumstances […]

Michigan Cell Phone Laws

Updated April 29, 2019. Michigan Cell Phone Laws Michigan cell phone laws aren’t as strict as other states since only teens with level 1 and level 2 learner’s permits are restricted from talking on the phone while driving. As an adult if you are in an accident or violate a traffic law while talking on […]

Cell Phone Laws While Driving

Cell phone laws while driving vary greatly from state to state and what is legal in one state isn’t always legal in another. Regardless of whether it is legal or not where you live cell phone usage while driving leads to distracted driving and according to a CDC study 20% of all traffic accidents in […]

Sharing the Road with Bicycles

It is said that the first recorded car accident to take place in the United States was between a car and a bicycle back in 1896; back then there were a lot fewer cars and bikes on the road. Today an average of 700 bicyclists are killed in cycling accidents a year and another 45,000 […]

Adult Driver Education Course Requirement Added for Illinois

Effective July 1, 2014 for the state of Illinois, adults who are 18, 19, or 20 years old and did not take a drivers education class during high school are required to complete the six hour adult driver education course before getting a driver’s license. The course can be taken in either a classroom or […]

4 Quick Tips in Parking Your Car

Learning to park can sometimes be more challenging than learning to drive. It’s an important part of your drivers education. It is all about observing the reference points so you can determine what space you have to turn and maneuver without hitting any obstacles and to arrive centered in the parking space. Sounds easy enough […]

4 Quick Back-To-School Driving Safety Tips

Fall is coming and with that is the back to school time for most kids across the country. Soon, the routine of getting up earlier, rushing out the door, busy crosswalks, and late night homework will be in full swing. This is a time for where good driver education really comes into play. Below we […]

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