The National Corvette Museum offers a series of driver’s education clinics to help teens and adults become safer drivers. Each course is tailored to a specific audience.
The Tire Rack Street Survival school is a safe teen program designed to go beyond today’s required driver’s education and give teens across the U.S. the driving tools and hands-on experience to become safer, smarter drivers. Trained and qualified in-car driving instructors as well as classroom experience are provided for each student.
The primary emphasis of the Tire Rack Street Survival® program is a “hands-on” driving experience in real-world situations! We use your own car to teach you about its handling limits and how you can control them. The students will become more observant of the traffic situation they find themselves in. They will learn to look far enough ahead to anticipate unwise actions of other drivers. As the students master the application of physics to drive their cars, they will make fewer unwise driving actions themselves. They will understand why they should always wear their own seatbelts, and why they should insist that their passengers wear seatbelts, too.
This course is designed primarily for teen drivers and their parents, though any gender or age is welcome! The class goes over the basics to make attendees more knowledgeable about their car, and better consumers.
Cost is only $10 and includes Museum admission.
What MEchanics will cover:
In addition to our scheduled events, the Museum offers “MEchanics” workshops for groups of a minimum of 20. Registration is $10 and includes Museum admission.
The International Course is a one day class where students will learn about the driving laws of Kentucky, and national statutes each driver must follow. Students will be given the opportunity to discuss the necessity of car insurance with a certified insurance agent.
The class is 10am until 3pm and is free, however, boxed lunches are available for $10.