Driving a motor vehicle safely and responsibly is essential if one is to operate vehicles, and participate in the work world and in educational opportunities. This 2-part course will provide those who are learning to drive with information on the interaction of people, vehicles, and the roadway. The first part (10 sessions) of the course is classroom-based and will cover effects of alcohol and other drugs, protective systems, natural forces, road hazards, responding to emergencies, personal transportation needs, route planning, motor vehicle systems, and interactions with other highway users. The second part (2 sessions) of the course is individually scheduled and conducted in-car. In addition to the above listed topics, city and expressway driving and emergency situations will be covered in this segment of the course. Due to increased fuel costs, additional fees may be applied. Please contact Allegany Driving School for registration and course details at 301-724-2224.