You’ll sleep better knowing your teen
WON’T get in a crash.


Heather didn’t see the other car coming. She’s gone and so is her best friend, Ashley.

BAM! BAM! BAM! Every day, month after month, year after year, teenagers crash their vehicles and many of them die – too many of them die. In 2010, 3,503 in the U.S. – from the time you see this message until this same time tomorrow 10 more teens will die.

The worst thing about this is that 91 percent of these are stupid, preventable collisions.

Don’t think this won’t happen to you. The odds are NOT in your favor.

Safety behind the wheel starts with the Right Drivers Ed Course.

Hi. I’m Patrick Barrett and I don’t want you to get that knock on the door, that call from the hospital, or that trip to the grave site. I’ve devoted the last 39 years of my life to discovering how to make new teen drivers collision-free drivers. My mission is to reduce the collision-rate in this country by 50 percent. I’ve accomplished this before for corporations so I know this is achievable, but I need your help.

Patrick Barrett - the drivers ed expert

Please opt in and let us help you get the information you need to save your son or daughter’s life. You didn’t invest the last sixteen years of your life to lose your child in a preventable collision. Simply write your email address in the box now and discover how you can avoid the “7 Deadly Mistakes Parents Make When Choosing Drivers Ed” and GUARANTEE your teen driver drives their first year collision free.

Warning! Driver Education Can Kill Your Teenager


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