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Driving a vehicle is likely the most dangerous activity a teenager will do, day-in and day-out. Since traffic crashes is the #1 cause of death for teen drivers, why would you not want the best training available.
Most driving schools use one of the few state approved generic text books which are printed in other states. Some of the material found in these books are contrary to Ohio laws. Most driving schools use these text books up to 10 years (which the state allows) before upgrading to newer books.
Tri-County’s training program, which was written by a retired state trooper, consist of a 1000+ slide PowerPoint program, videos and training compiled from almost 28 years of law enforcement experience which encompasses the knowledge of traffic laws, driving techniques, vehicle dynamics, and driving styles which contribute to crashes.
Driving time: Many schools take out two students at a time resulting in “backseat time” and required parents to drop off and pick up their child before and after each driving time. Tri-County offers "one-on-one" behind the wheel training with no backseat time and pickup & drop off from home and school. Driving time is flexible to student's schedules.
Tri-County also offers training for just maneuverability. See details under the Applications & Forms tab.
Questions regarding classes:
Lincolnview HS - call Trena Bartz at 419-513-1146.
Delphos Jefferson - call Rick Knebel at 419-235-2480.
Spencerville - call or text Dave Morris at 419-203-7002.