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Driver Safety Tips

Newly Licensed Teen Driver
  • Never text and drive.  It's too dangerous and illegal in most states!
  • Always use turn signals when turning and changing lanes.
  • Always check over your shoulders to identify blind spots.
  • Don't tailgate behind trucks and other vehicles.
  • Always watch traffic in front of you due to sudden braking and frequent stops.
  • New drivers should drive with hand positioned at 10 o'clock and 2 o'clock positions of the steering wheel.
  • Keep the inside and outside of the car clean for better visibility and objects becoming projectiles in accidents.
  • Always come to a full stop every time, people take it for granted.
  • Always pay your car insurance, it's illegal not to.
  • Control your speed when you travel this fall, tickets are too costly!
  • Get AAA card for unexpected emergencies, towing, car rental services, discounts and  much more.
  • Always wear your seat belt at all times. It's the law!
  • Plan ahead for a long ride with small kids.  Make sure to pack accordingly (food, clothes, toys, etc.)
  • Make sure to charge all phone devices before a long trip, purchase and keep an extra charged battery for emergencies.
  • Use GPS for travel destinations, but be careful, this can drain the battery faster. Locate Hotels for extremely long trips.
  • Purchase and keep an emergency kit in the car, which includes road flares, signs, and first aid kit inside. (Pep Boys)
  • Be sure to check all weather reports for your trip and dress properly for conditions.
  • Bring extra money for toll booths during your trip.  Check toll roads along the way before your trip.

Five Things to Remember About Driving This Fall



1. Never Drink and Drive
2. Never Text and Drive - use voicemail or pull over 
3. Always check weather conditions, plan your trip
4. Reduce speeds in construction zones
5. Get plenty of rest before driving on your trip

Six Things to DO if Involved in a Car Accident

1. Keep an emergency kit in your glove compartment or trunk.

2. Keep safety first: minor accidents with no serious injuries should move to the side of the road. 

3. Exchange information (name, address, phone number, insurance co., policy number, driver license number, and license plate numbers. 

4. Photograph and document the accident.

5. File an accident

6. Know what your Auto insurance policy covers



Basic Teen Driver Training Program


Whether you are a new driver, an experienced driver, or are simply unfamiliar with American driving laws, Shepherd's Driver Consulting has you covered. SDC prepares teenage drivers for their future on the road.  Many are graduating from high school with little or no driving experience at all, since Driver's ED is no longer available.  We provide  support for parents, giving them confidence their teenager is learning from a certified professional.


Contact us today to learn more!!!

**Payment for Training in Non-Refundable.

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Basic Spanish to English Translation is used in Behind the Wheel Training at Shepherd's Driver Consulting

"We Take Pride In Teaching You How To Drive"

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We serve Harrisburg, Camp Hill, Mechanicsburg, Steelton, Highspire, Middletown, Hummelstown, Hershey, and Carlisle areas

Supporting local high school students preparing for the future

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