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Mission Statement

To provide students with a hands-on driving experience to saves lives.

Description

The Street Survival program is a one day teen driving class overseen by the BMW Car Club of America Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization promoting benefits to the motoring public community.

Individual schools are facilitated by chapters of the BMW Car Club of America, the BMW Car Club of Canada, the Sports Car Club of America, Porsche Club of America, the National Corvette Museum, the Audi Club of North America and other car clubs where a trained volunteer instructor base can be utilized.

The premise is 'safe driving is learned by doing.' From the outset, Street Survival has always been a "hands on" program and it is designed to go beyond the typical high school driver's education program.

The program teaches students to avoid accidents by thinking and looking ahead. Street Survival is unique in that it offers students instruction in their own cars so that they learn the limitations of their 'daily drivers' and that information is transferred immediately to what they drive every day, whether it’s a new Accord, pick-up truck, 5 year old Minivan, or the hand-me-down 15 year old Volvo station wagon.

Website

http://www.streetsurvival.org/

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