It would be most welcomed, but it may need to be more than driver training....like virtues in life.Teaching American how to drive? I bet you guys don't like it.
I bet it will be defensive driving tips. Observe and be considerate on road, don't pass on right lane, how to change lane in round-about, etc. Told you, nothing funny.Aside from my driver's ed course written for and tested at a 6th grade level, my road test was literally 4 right turns, ie around a block, and nothing else. What does Volvo mean American driver's ed can be improved?
Like how to effectively brandish a hand-held weapon while driving a Volvo without air suspension in America (in those legal carry states), or how to more effectively use Volvo's stability control when cutting people off, or perhaps how to properly manage drive mode settings when stoplight racing for best efficiency throughout a Friday night? Maybe how not to let Volvo's new 112mph speed limiter prevent you from passing on the right lane?
Can Volvo be more specific? Can anyone help out here?
Ask your kids, sports driving? fun fun fun,I think it's a great idea. My kids participated in a one-day teen defensive driving class organized by Mid Ohio Sports Car Course that toured around the state. It was really well done with sessions in the skid car, slalom with one of our family cars, other evasive maneuvers, and classroom instruction.