The Street Survival program is run jointly with the BMWCCA Foundation and Tire Rack. The program is designed for teen drivers and gives them real world hands on experience that they do not get in other driving schools. When your teen driver attends a Street Survival school, they are taught to control their car in unpredictable situations based on its handling limits. They master the application of driving physics using their car. They learn how to make good driving decisions and react more quickly. They become more aware and learn how to begin anticipating the actions of other drivers. You can get involved in the program by registering your teen driver or becoming an instructor.
The Lone Star Chapter conducts 2 Street Survival schools each year typically in the March/April and September/October time frame. More information will be coming once exact dates and venues are confirmed. Check our Facebook Events Page and the BMWCCA National Calendar for updated details.
To search the currently available Street Survival Schools or register your teen, go to the Street Survival website.