Program Guidelines for Exeter
Please read this information carefully with your parent or guardian. You may contact Mr. Gorski by calling him at 603-778-2601, or emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any questions.
I would like to welcome you to the Safe Wheels Driver Education Program. Success in the program centers on cooperation.
Learning to maneuver the vehicle is only part of safe driving. Emphasis on the effects of alcohol and other drugs, seat belt use, and the ongoing need to interact with an ever changing environment and conditions are aimed at reducing the number one threat to the 16 to 25 age group. Safe Wheels Driving School will provide the information to make those safe, risk-reducing decisions.
It is my hope that you will accept the information as information, not just someone's opinion on how you should drive. It is also my hope that students will learn from the mistakes of others and keep an open mind, so that they don't fall into the "it won't happen to me" trap.
Parents may be a wealth of experience. It is expected that students will draw upon parents often for help and encouragement. It is also hoped that parents will take advantage of the new information which students will be able to share with them.
A serious responsibility is about to be undertaken. In order to attain as much as possible from mandated classroom and behind the wheel instruction, along with in-car observation, please be aware of the following contract guidelines:
- The lessons contain serious and long lasting skills, knowledge, and attitude development material; therefore, a mature desire to learn must be displayed by all students at all times. If you are not willing to accept responsibility for your actions, you do not belong in the Safe Wheels Driver Education Program.
- You may be dropped from the program if you:
- Have ANY unexcused absences. Students are expected to plan their schedules and know their priorities before enrollment in driver education. Employment, sports, or other curricular activities are not valid absences.(Valid absences will require an email to email@example.com from a parent or guardian).
- You miss two (2) scheduled driving times
- Create a behavior problem before, during, or following class
- Refuse in-car lessons when available and offered
- No refunds if you are dropped
- To have read and studied materials
- Bring pen or pencil
- Be ready and willing to learn
- Display a proper attitude
This may be subject to change to accommodate holidays, weather, etc. Once again, the Safe Wheels Driver Education Program, and these program guidelines are aimed at the best possible hope for responsible, safe drivers. Let's all do our part, now, to avoid a tragedy in the future. LET'S SHOW WE CARE!
PLEASE NOTE: "A COPY OF EACH STUDENT'S BIRTH CERTIFICATE IS REQUIRED ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS TO BE ENROLLED IN THE PROGRAM".
Safe Wheels Registration Form for Exeter
Safe Wheels Driving School requires written permission prior to a student's enrollment in driver education. We, the driver education staff, would also like to know of any medical/physical problems which might affect your son's/daughter's driving
After you complete and submit the registration form (see link below), you must print the registration form, sign it, and mail it within 5 days to PO Box 622, Hampton Falls, NH, along with the non-refundable deposit of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00), to confirm class enrollment (first come first serve by postmark). The total tuition (deposit included) is Six Hundred Seventy Dollars ($670.00). All payments must be paid by cash, money order, credit card or check payable to Safe Wheels Driving School.
Refund Policy: Students who drop their enrollment in the program will be entitled to a refund, less their deposit of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) and Seventy Dollars ($70.00) per each driving lesson completed.NOTE: An email will be sent sometime during the week preceding class with additional information including directions to the classroom.