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Driver Education Groups

If you are a driver education group and would like to offer Pulse to your students, we would love to hear from you!

Parents or Guardians

If you are a parent or guardian looking for a great driver education group we would be happy to recommend one of our partners!

DID YOU KNOW?

1 IN 5 NOVICE DRIVERS

will be involved in a collision in their first year.

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At Pulse Driving, our goal is to be a part of the solution;
to help reduce these statistics and the resulting financial
and more importantly, human costs.
PREVENT INJURIES

383,000 teens

injured per year*

REDUCE COLLISIONS

963,000 teen drivers involved in police reported crashes per year*

SAVE LIVES

2685 teen

fatalities per year*

Pulse Driving is the first online novice driver training program

using revolutionary spaced learning techniques

to address the primary danger zones associated with teen driver collisions.

 

Designed specifically for teen drivers, it is the first continuing education program that continues training the new driver after they receive their license into the first critical year of solo driving.

CONTINUE READING TO LEARN MORE ABOUT HOW OUR PROGRAM HELPS SAVE LIVES

Pulse Driving addresses the danger zones

head on when needed most!

New drivers are "pulsed" an online e-learning module once per month for one year.

These modules deal with the leading causes of novice driver collisions and through a revolutionary learning strategy, help them retain defensive driving attitude and behavior principles throughout the critical start to their driving career.

Driver Training Maintenance

Pulse is the only continuing education program for novice drivers that occurs after they receive their license.

Behavior and Attitude Based

Most novice training deals with rules of the road and proper vehicle operation. We deal with driving awareness and behavior.

Increased Parent Involvement

Pulse is taken by the parent or guardian and the new driver at the same time for common discussion and expectations.

Uses Revolutionary Learning

Pulse uses spaced learning to increase learning and retention of important defensive driving principles.

Addresses Danger Zones Head On

Learning modules specifically chosen to train new drivers in the areas most critical to avoiding collisions.

Have a Question?

Pulse Driving welcomes all questions,

and is here to provide you with the answers you are seeking!

Parents play a critical role

in developing safe new drivers.

Many parents believe that a few behind the wheel lessons, and their new driver successfully passing their drivers test means they are good to go.  Studies show that the more involved a parent is in the process from start to finish, the greater the reduction in risk probability.  Get involved by engaging in these important steps!
>>>Be a good role model.

Teaching your son or daughter begins well before they ever get behind the wheel for the first time.  Your actions are being observed and will have effects for many years to come.

>>>Give them experience.

During the learner's phase, ensure that you go out often and in a variety of different situations to help them gain valuable experience with you in the co-pilot seat.

>>>Driver education.

Enrol your new driver in a reputable driver education program so they gain a valuable behind the wheel foundation for their driving career.

>>>Set them up for success.

Set guidelines in the first year of driving to set them up for success.  Limiting known dangerous activities and situations greatly reduces collisions.

>>>Don't stop teaching.

The first year is the most critical time in a driver's career, reinforcing the defensive driving messages and training they have received is very important, Pulse can help!

TEEN CRASH RISK IS HIGH...

You can't solve a problem without identifying the causes...

The Centers for Disease Control has identified
the top causes of novice driver collisions:
Driving at Night
Driver
Inexperience
Reckless Driving
Alcohol & Drugs
Driving with
Teen Passengers
Distractions
Drowsy
Driving
Seatbelts
& Airbags