AAA Teen Driving


Searching for a trustworthy source for tools and information to help teen drivers develop and master risk-management skills? AAA’s commitment to driver education goes back decades, providing instructors resources and curriculums since the 1930s. In fact, AAA wrote the first driver education text book – Sportsmanlike Driving, now called How to Drive.

AAA’s driver training professionals monitor safety research, data, legislation and teaching developments to create up-to-date educational materials for instructors and students. AAA’s How to Drive is our central classroom product and includes:

  • Instructor kit – This binder includes lesson plans, suggested discussion topics, interactive classroom presentations, customizable PowerPoint presentations, answers to chapter summary questions, recommendations for supplemental videos, reproducible fact sheets/worksheets and 10 hours of additional material. It also includes the Teaching Your Teens to Drive 60-minute DVD and AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety’s Driver-ZED® live action DVD.
  • Student manual – Everything your students need to know about driving in today’s mobile society can be found in this definitive handbook for new drivers. Based on the principles of managing visibility, time and space, content reflects the latest concepts in driver safety.
  • Student test booklet – Challenge your student’s driving knowledge with chapter-by-chapter multiple-choice questions and a 50-question final exam.

To learn more about How to Drive and other AAA resources, contact your local AAA club. Also, check out Keys2Drive, a helpful tool for teens and their families.