Listed in Education
- 2920 SW 7th Ave Fort Lauderdale, FL
National Highway Safety Administration realizes that receiving a traffic citation can be costly and stressful. Our defensive driving courses are designed to lessen the pain and stress of traffic citations. National Highway Safety Administration offers defensive driving courses that:
• You can complete at your own pace, wherever you like
• Can be taken on any device and you can log in and out when you want
• Are state-approved
Take advantage of our 25 years of drive education experience to assist you in completing defensive driving. Take a course with National Highway Safety Administration and leave the unpleasant traffic citation behind.
With over 25 years of experience in driver education we represent a team you can trust to give you an education backed by knowledge and expertise that only genuine experience can give. We are passionate about what we do and thus don’t simply repeat the rules of the road and expect you to be interested. Rather we put the needed thought and effort into our curriculums needed to bring them to life and make them interesting so that you not only learn but are engaged by the material.
We realize that education is more than just a sharing of facts, but a complex human experience that involves a connection between teacher and student. The student will not care how much the teacher knows until they know how much the teacher cares. Our care for our students is evident in the rigorous effort we put into breathing life into our courses by means of captivating illustrations, interesting facts, dynamic quizzes and effective use of images. Learning to drive is an important event in the life of any young adult and has come to mean more in our culture than just an experience involving the operation of a motor vehicle. It has come to represent a sign of growth, maturity and trust. We will help you on your journey along the road to driving. Giving you what you need to be a safe and knowledgeable driver.
“A good teacher, like a good entertainer first must hold his audience’s attention, then he can teach his lesson.”