Upcoming events

Sep 23, 2018
  • Sep 23, 2018 from 8:00am to 4:30pm
  • Location: Dakota County Technical College Rosemount, MN
  • Latest Activity: May 25

Do you wonder if regular driver’s education courses are enough to keep your teenager safe on the roads?

Do they know how quickly they can stop safely? Or how wet roads or going off-road affect driving dynamics?

Do you wish your teen had a ‘hands-on’ opportunity to recognize and handle unsafe situations?

Here’s your chance to give them that experience in a safe and structured environment!

For over a decade, the Glacier Lakes Chapter of the Audi Club of North American (ACNA) has taught hundreds of teens to become better, safer drivers. Our one day program consists of three classroom sessions and nine behind the wheel driving exercises with a personal, dedicated instructor. Our volunteers are highly trained driving instructors who teach teen drivers how to handle a car in various driving conditions and situations, and will provide encouragement and praise along the way. From slalom and skid pad exercises to braking and accident avoidance, we will teach your teen in one day what they were not able to learn in all of their Driver’s Education classes.

Our 2018 Clinics will be held on Sunday, June 10th and Sunday, September 23rd.

The cost is $149 per student for this one day course. Clinics begin promptly at 8:00 a.m. and conclude by 4:30 p.m. Breakfast, lunch and beverages are provided for all attendees including parents of students. Clinics are held at Dakota County Technical College (DCTC) in Rosemount, MN.

***Class size is limited and spots fill quickly.  Early registration is recommended.***

Want to learn more about what to expect?  Check out the Teen Driving Clinics page on our website.

Ready to register for a Teen Driving Clinic? To register, or to learn more about the schedule of events and participant requirements, go to: http://msreg.com/ACGLTeenDrivingClinicSep2018

Other questions? Contact us at events@audiclubglacierlakes.org

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