Are you looking for a guest speaker on a specific safety topic for your classroom? Below is a list of organizations who offer presentations to driver education classes. Select an organization below to view the agency description and services available. Or click here to request a workshop.
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|700 Horizon Drive
Hamilton, NJ 08961Contact Person: Tracy Noble email@example.comWebsite: https://cluballiance.aaa.com/automotive/driver-training/new-jerseyCounties served: Atlantic, Cape May, Burlington, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Somerset, Sussex, Warren.
AAA is a non-stock, not-for-profit membership corporation working on behalf of motorists.AAA provides automotive, travel, and insurance services to more than 63,000,000 members nationwide and nearly 2,000,000 members in New Jersey. AAA advocates for the safety and mobility of its members and has been committed to outstanding road service for more than 100 years.
StartSmart Online Parent Session: StartSmart is an online webinar for parents of teens who are – or soon will be learning to drive. This online course prepares parents to navigate their teen’s learning-to-drive experience. A two-hour webinar demonstrates how to reinforce what your teen is learning in driver education and how to maximize the practice driving that you’ll do with them. https://www.aaadriverprogram.com/midatlantic/start-smart
How to Drive Online: Quality driver education is a critical element in developing safe driving attitudes, improving hazard recognition, and managing visibility, time, and space in traffic. How to Drive Online is a supplemental program which delivers essential elements of safe driving in an interactive and innovative way. This online program aims to ensure that safe driving habits are developed and maintained for life. (Note HTDO is available as a supplement and is not state approved.) https://www.aaadriverprogram.com/alliance/how-to-drive
This 25-hour course features:
Approved Driving School Network: A network of approved driving schools which meet AAA’s quality standards and criteria that ensure new drivers get the best training available.
418 Hamburg Turnpike
Wayne, NJ 07470
Shani Jarvis, 973-886-8772, firstname.lastname@example.org
Roz Thompson, 973-103-0193 email@example.com
Ron Esposito, 973-703-0193, firstname.lastname@example.org
Counties served: Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Morris, Passaic and Union Counties
Agency Overview: AAA is more than roadside assistance! The AAA Northeast Public Affairs Department is committed to helping people stay safe on and off the road, and offers community outreach programs that help spread the word about safe driving, walking and bicycle for people of all ages.
Services Available: AAA Northeast’s traffic safety educators present – in-person or virtually – on a wide variety of topics related to safe teen driving, including (but not limited to) aggressive driving/road rage, distracted driving, impaired driving, and handling a traffic stop, as well as pedestrian and bicycle safety. Programs include:
10 Deadly Teen Driver Mistakes – This interactive presentation provides tips to parents and teens to help avoid the most common mistakes of new teen drivers and helps them improve their judgment, knowledge, behavior and skills while operating a motor vehicle.
Distracted Driving – Motorists who read or send a text while driving take their eyes off the road for up to five seconds. At 55mph, that’s like driving the entire length of a football field with your eyes shut. Texting – along with other activities like phone calls, eating/drinking, setting the GPS or interacting with the entertainment system – takes your hands off the wheel (manual distraction), your eyes off the road (visual distraction) and your mind off the task of driving (cognitive distraction). This program is designed to help drivers understand the risks of distractions and get tips to avoid become a distracted driver.
Handling Driving Emergencies – Knowing how to handle driving emergencies is something every driver should know. This program advises drivers what to do if they break down, how to stay safe on the road, and important things to keep in your car in case of an emergency.
Shifting Gears: The Blunt Truth About Marijuana and Driving – This program is designed to educate high school students in driver education and health classes on the risks of driving while impaired by cannabis and intends to correct misconceptions about marijuana’s potential risks to teenagers. The program aligns with several of the 2020 New Jersey Student Learning Standards for Comprehensive Health and Physical Education.
700 Laurel Oak Rd.
Voorhees, NJ 08043
Contact Person: Sophie Field SField@aaasj.com
Website: Traffic Safety | AAA South Jersey
Counties served: Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester, Salem
AAA is a non-stock, not-for-profit membership corporation working on behalf of motorists. AAA provides automotive, travel, and insurance services to more than 63,000,000 members nationwide and nearly 2,000,000 members in New Jersey. AAA advocates for the safety and mobility of its members and has been committed to outstanding road service for more than 100 years.
KEYS 2 DRIVE: Keys 2 Drive is an interactive teen driving website which provides state-specific information to teens on learning to drive, the permit stage and solo driving. Teen Driver Safety – AAA Exchange
teenSMART: teenSMART is a breakthrough driver safety program that makes your teen driver three times safer on the road. The program includes tools such as computer-based driving tutorials, a student workbook, a parent guide, and videos. Safety and Savings with AAA and teenSMART | AAA South Jersey
APPROVED DRIVING SCHOOL NETWORK
A network of approved driving schools which meet AAA’s quality standards and criteria that ensure new drivers get the best training available. AAA South Jersey Driving School Near Me | AAA South Jersey
Driver Education and behind-the-wheel training designed for new and experienced drivers
Special AAA member discounts available.
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|825 Georges Road
North Brunswick, NJ 08902Contact Person: Kate O’Connor email@example.comPhone Number: 732-745-0200Website: www.jerseydrives.com; bianj.org
Counties served: All NJ counties
Agency overview: BIANJ is a statewide nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for anyone impacted by brain injury by providing support, advocacy, and information, while promoting brain injury prevention.
Services available: BIANJ’s transportation website, JerseyDrives.com, is a comprehensive resource for driver education teachers. The U Got Brains Champion Schools Program offers an opportunity for students and staff of New Jersey high schools to develop campaigns to address teen driving safety. BIANJ offers transportation safety programs on pedestrian, bicycle, motorcycle, and car safety, which includes occupant protection, speeding, teen driving safety and distracted/impaired driving. These presentations are free and can be done in-person or virtually.
|144 Park Place East
Wood-Ridge, NJ 07075Contact Person: Lisa Lee firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone Number: 201-939-4242 Ext.123Website: www.ezride.org
Counties served: Bergen, Essex, Monmouth, Passaic, Union
Agency overview: EZ Ride is a non-profit, public-private partnership with a mission to implement transportation programs and services that enhance quality of life, regional mobility and economic opportunity while reducing traffic congestion & air pollution.
Services available: EZ Ride offers driving safety presentations (virtually live via Zoom/Google or in-person) for High School Driver’s Ed classes, communities, and Senior Citizens on how to drive safely around pedestrians and cyclists. The 30–45-minute talks are interactive, evidence-based, and discuss the impact of speed, distractedness, local crash hot spots, and include videos. EZ Ride offers a contest afterwards for youth to make a short video or worksheets to test their understanding.
301 Sullivan Way
Ewing Township, NJ 08628
Contact Person: Pat McCormick, email@example.com
Phone Number: 609-659-7541
Counties and population served: All counties in NJ, high schools, police departments, injury prevention professionals, teen drivers and parents
Agency overview: NJM offers free teen driver safety programs as part of our enduring commitment to safety and support of the communities we are privileged to serve. All Teen Driver Safety Programs are available at no cost.
Share the Keys: Parent/teen evening presentation (in person/virtual)
Share the Keys is a 60-minute, interactive program for parents and their teen drivers. This program increases awareness and encourages community involvement to help keep teen drivers safe.
What Do You Consider Lethal?: Classroom or assembly presentation (in person/virtual)
What Do You Consider Lethal? is an evidence-based, award-winning program created by our partners at Impact Teen Drivers, a non-profit dedicated to saving lives by empowering people to drive safer. This engaging program is designed to help teens avoid reckless and distracted driving by making responsible decisions.
Just Drive PSA Contest
NJM and the Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey partner to host a public service announcement (PSA) contest each year. Schools compete for funds toward a post-prom, post-graduation, or safe driving programs.