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Arnold Driving School

Arnold Driving School

Arnold, Missouri residents like to stay put. Almost all of the city’s 20,000 residents have lived in the same home for five years or more. As generations grow up in this southern suburb on the outskirts of St. Louis, they learn to navigate the notorious traffic of Richardson Road and daily backups on I-55. About 20% of Arnold residents are under the age of 18, and they’ll be learning to drive and in need of an Arnold driving school sooner than you think.

Arnold Driving SchoolMissouri Driving School is here to provide professional driving education to all Arnold residents. It is vital that the right skills are taught from the beginning. Missouri Driving School helps drivers learn the rules of the road and how to drive safely. Our professional instructors are patient and clearly communicate the lessons teenagers need be successful and safe on the road. Our vehicles are equipped with special features, such as dual controls and back-up cameras. Your teen can also use our car to take the driver’s license examination.

At Missouri Driving School, we are committed to teaching drivers in Arnold, Missouri and surrounding areas to not only operate a car safely, but to make good decisions while doing so. Teenagers are more likely to be involved in car accidents than any other age group. In fact, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), teenagers are involved in 10% of all fatal crashes, even though they only make up 7% of the driving population.

Teenagers are less experienced drivers, simply because they haven’t been driving as long as their older counterparts. Teenagers are also more likely to take risks, such as speed, drive while intoxicated, or text while driving. These risky behaviors can lead to accidents.

Missouri Driving School provides this guidance in the event your Arnold teenager gets into an automobile accident:

  1. Stay calm. The first thing you should do if you get in an accident is to stay calm. Level heads make better decisions. It is also very important that you don’t leave the scene of the accident. Teens are often scared of the repercussions of an accident, but leaving makes the situation worse.
  2. Check for injuries. If anyone is injured, call 911 immediately.
  3. Move your car to a safe location. If your car is drivable, move it to a safe location out of the way of traffic. This is often the law, and it prevents further accidents.
  4. Exchange information. If no one is hurt, you will need to exchange information with the other driver(s) involved in the accident. This information includes your name, address, phone number, and insurance information. Even if you think the accident was the fault of the other driver, provide your insurance information.
  5. File a police report. It is always a good idea to file a police report, especially if the other vehicle(s) involved beg you not to. This will help to document the accident, and the information is vital if you need to file an insurance claim.
  6. Get medical attention. If it was more than a low speed fender bender, get yourself a medical evaluation following an accident. This is especially important if you have any pain, swelling, or numbness, and if you hit your head.
  7. Contact your insurance company. Call your agent or insurance company directly as soon as possible after an accident. They will be able to help you file a claim and get your car repaired.

Missouri Driving School wants you to know that the best way to avoid an accident is prevention. We teach good driving habits to all of our Arnold students. Our professional instructors are thoughtful and thorough. We offer a relaxed one-one-one atmosphere and teaching at your pace. Scheduling time is flexible between 8am and 8pm Monday through Saturday. At Missouri Driving School, driver’s education is our top priority. Call us at (314) 849-4590 to schedule a lesson (and remember, we come to you!).

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