Teenage Defensive Driving Program

"Train Like a Trooper" (1 Day)

Teenage Defensive Driving Program

TEENAGE DEFENSIVE DRIVING is an 8-hour program aimed at the teenager. The curriculum includes 7 hours of hands-on training and 1 hour of classroom instruction. 

The areas covered in class and reinforced during practical exercises are:

- Defensive driving
- Skid control
- Serpentine
- Controlled braking
- Evasive maneuvering
- Confined area maneuvering
- Off road recovery (emergency)

Class size is limited to 15 students to allow a 3-to-1 student/instructor ratio.

Michigan State Police patrol vehicles will be provided for all driving exercises.


Classes are full for 2017. 
Contact Ms. Gina Rosendall-Saucedo to be placed on the 2018 wait list. 

Wait lists are maintained for current and following year only. 

TIME: Students should arrive promptly at 7:45 am
DRESS CODE: Appropriate attire for a professional experience.
Baggy low ride jeans, flip flops or inappropriate T-shirts are unacceptable.
Tennis shoes and fitted jeans are acceptable.
PREREQUISITE: (Mandatory for successful completion of program)
Must be a fully licensed GDL Level 2 driver between the ages of 16-19.

Any questions or further information regarding the course can be directed to Ms. Gina Rosendall-Saucedo, Michigan State Police Precision Driving Unit, at 517-636-0301