What’s involved for you, the parent?

Getting a driver’s license is often referred to as the modern equivalent of a ritual of passage to adulthood for the young, new driver – and it’s certainly a dangerous one.

A wise parent will seek the help of reliable professionals in preparing the teen for the complex world of the automobile and traffic. It’s not enough for today’s teenagers to learn as their parents did. The driving world they enter is far too intense to tackle without serious preparation.

As a parent you are the one who cares most about your teenager’s driving ability and safety. Participate in the process of educating your teenager behind the wheel. It will give you insights into the skills and knowledge that professional instructors accumulate over years of teaching. It will inform you about the pitfalls lying in wait for the amateur instructor during the early stages of learning, about the defensive strategies taught in modern driving courses, and about the need to follow up after licensing to ensure that your teen continues to develop defensive driving skills and safe habits.

As parents, there is no question that a driving education is one of the best things you can give your teenager. The price of any driving education is small, considering that the skills they learn can SAVE LIVES!

It’s one thing to obtain a driver’s license, it’s another to learn how to drive a car. Most teenage drivers are short on experience and long on confidence, which makes for a potentially dangerous combination.

Training your teen to be confident, cautious and safe behind the wheel, takes more than a few hours around your neighborhood or laps around an empty parking lot. This is a lifelong skill, that cannot be learned on the internet. It takes dedicated, professional coaching in real life driving conditions.

Primary emphasis of the driving lesson is “hands-on” driving experience in real-world situations.


  • Steering & Eye Management

  • Braking technique and ABS control

  • How to handle driving distractions

  • City and highway speed (up to 70MPH) driving time

  • All driving lessons are done in the students own vehicle

If you think it’s expensive to hire a professional driving coach, wait till you hire an amateur. Quality driver coaching doesn’t cost…It Pays!




Percent of the deaths of teenage passengers in passenger vehicles occurred in vehicles driven by another teenager.


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Teens self-report texting or emailing while driving




Teen Page Contact

George Csanadi 813-713-4233 george@gcsdrivingacademy.com 3853 Northdale Blvd. Ste #313 Tampa, FL 33624