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Accurate Driving Course Instructors:. Glenn Oide, Classroom & BTW Ralf Oide, Classroom & BTW James Onishi, Classroom & BTW Val Chow, BTW Fred Koga, BTW Wallace Inouye, BTW Craig Koizumi, BTW Paul Nakajo, BTW Gerry Rojo, BTW .

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Accurate Driving Course Instructors:

  • Glenn Oide, Classroom & BTW

  • Ralf Oide, Classroom & BTW

  • James Onishi, Classroom & BTW

  • Val Chow, BTW

  • Fred Koga, BTW

  • Wallace Inouye, BTW

  • Craig Koizumi, BTW

  • Paul Nakajo, BTW

  • Gerry Rojo, BTW


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Our Instructors’ Meet Monthly For Instructor Training, to:

  • share training concepts and techniques

  • discuss challenges

  • improve teaching skills

  • keep up-to-date with newest information

  • ensure consistency of information presented to students


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Topics:

1.  Why a driver education course?

3.  What will your teen learn?

4.  What is required of your teen?

5.  How can you effectively enhance the process?

6.  Where can you get additional information?


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Why a Driver Education Course?

Consider 100 Teenage Drivers…

  • 37 will be ticketed for speeding.

  • 4 will be arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol or other drugs.

  • 28 will be involved in a collision where there will be vehicle damage.

  • 13 will be injured in automobile collisions.

  • 1 will be killed in an automobile collision.

  • 17will not fall under the above categories.

Based on national driving statistics

Compiled by: Oregon High School Driver & Traffic Safety Education (TSE).


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Why a Driver Education Course?

  • The primary factors contributing to teen crashes in Hawaii were:

  • Failure to yield, 35%

  • Speeding, 30%

  • Following too closely, 23%

  • These factors were more than double those same factors for all other drivers in Hawaii.

Based on information provided by:

The State of Hawai'i Department of Transportation


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  • What Will Your Teen Learn?

  • DE Classroom: 30-hours; Ten 3-hour Sessions

  • BTW 6-hours; Six 1-hour or Four 1½-hour

  • sessions, or a combination of both

  • Course Syllabus:

  • DE Session 1, Introduction

  • Instructor Background

  • State Licensing Requirements

  • Course Requirements & Format

  • Student Expectations

  • School Policies

  • DE Session 2

  • Chapter 1 – Assessing and Managing Risk in Driving

  • Chapter 7 – Getting to Know Your Vehicle

  • Chapter 8 – Starting, Steering, Stopping


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What Will Your Teen Learn?

  • DE Session 3

  • Chapter 9 – Basic Driving Skills

  • BTW Worksheets

  • DE Session 4

  • Chapter 10 – Turning and Parking

  • Chapter 5 – Signs, Signals, and Markings

  • BTW Worksheets

  • DE Session 5

  • Chapter 6 – Rules of the Road

  • Chapter 3 – Knowing Yourself

  • DE Session 6

  • Chapter 4 – Handling Social Pressures

  • DE Session 7

  • Chapter 11 – Driving Environments

  • Chapter 12 – Light and Weather Conditions


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What Will Your Teen Learn?

  • DE Session 8

  • Chapter 13 – Sharing the Roadway

  • Chapter 14 – Natural Laws and Driving

  • DE Session 9

  • Chapter 15 – Responding to an Emergency

  • Chapter 16 – Buying a Vehicle

  • Chapter 17 – Vehicle Systems and Maintenance

  • DE Session 10

  • Chapter 2 – Your State Driving Test

  • Chapter 18 – Planning a Trip

  • Finals


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What Will Your Teen Learn?

  • Behind-The-Wheel

  • Course Syllabus

    • Pre-Driving Checks

    • Signal, Mirror & Headcheck

    • Starting The Vehicle

    • Braking

    • Leaving The Curbside

      • Unobstructed

      • Obstructed

    • Curbside Parking

    • Lane Changing

    • Right Turns

    • Left Turns

    • Straight At An Intersection

  • Reversing

  • U-Turns

  • 3-Point Turns

  • Following Distance

  • Stopping, Starting And Parking On A Hill

  • SIPDE

  • Perpendicular Parking

  • Diagonal Parking

  • Parallel Parking

  • Passing

  • Freeway



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Teen Provisional Driver License Requirements in Hawai’i

  • Permit Exam, 15 ½

  • DE Course, 30 hours with a certified instructor

  • 6 hours BTW with a certified instructor

  • 50 hours drive time (10 at night) with someone over 21 that has a current driver license

  • Road Test Qualifications: Certificates of completion, 16 years old, permit for 180 days


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To Obtain a DE Classroom Certificate:

  • Successfully complete all 10 sessions in any order.

  • Tardiness: If the door is locked when your teen arrives to class, they will not be allowed to attend that session. They will need to “make-up” the missed session. The door is locked when the instructor starts the presentation.

  • A minimum score of 70% on every test

  • Completion of the DUI project.

  • Participate in group activities.


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To Obtain a BTW Certificate:

  • Successfully complete all 6-hours of BTW lessons.

  • Submit to the BTW instructor the notarized driving log & affidavit.


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Behind The Wheel Lessons

  • The State of Hawai'i requires a driver education program to be conducted in no less than 6 weeks.

  • If you are going to schedule BTW lessons through another driving school, please notify the Classroom instructor.

  • BTW lessons through Accurate Driving will start sometime after completing sessions 3 & 4.


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Learner’s Permit

  • Requirements:

    • Written Test, 30 questions, maximum 6 wrong, based on the Hawai'i Drivers’ Manual

    • Both Parents’ Signatures

    • Certified Birth Certificate

    • Original Social Security Card


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Driving With A Learner’s Permit

  • Requirements:

  • Must be accompanied by someone 21 years old with a license in the same category as the permit, seated in a passenger seat beside the permit holder.

  • Between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. the licensed driver must be a parent or guardian with a license in the same category as the permit.

  • All occupants must wear a seatbelt or child passenger safety restraint.


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Requirements For A Road Test

  • Requirements:

  • Both certificates of completion of a certified driver education course.

  • Have had a permit for at least 180 days.

  • Accompanied by a licensed driver.

  • To make an appointment go to: accuratedriving.com On the home page scroll to the bottom and click on the “Road Test Appointments Online” box.


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Classroom Rules

  • Dry Clothes

  • Footwear

  • No Profanity

  • No Smoking

  • No Food or Gum

  • No Drinks

  • No Disruptions*


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Course Format

  • Lecture

  • Tests

  • Videos

  • In-Class Reading

  • Discussion

  • Group Activities *



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Provisional Driver’s License Rules Provisional Driver’s License

  • All occupants must wear a seatbelt or child passenger safety restraint.

  • Cannot transport more than one person under the age of eighteen who is not from the same household unless accompanied by a licensed driver who is the teen’s parent or guardian

  • Between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. the licensed driver must be a parent or guardian with a license in the same category as the teen’s license, except when:


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Provisional Driver’s License Rules Provisional Driver’s License

  • 1. Driving to or from the teen’s place of employment if no other transportation is available. The teen needs to have a signed statement from the employer containing:

    • Employer’s name

    • Employer’s address

    • Employer’s telephone number

    • Verifying employment and work hours


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Provisional Driver’s License Rules Provisional Driver’s License

  • 2. Driving to or from an authorized activity of the teen’s school, if no other transportation is available. The teen needs to have a signed statement from a parent or guardian containing:

    • Parent’s or Guardian’s name

    • Parent’s or Guardian’s address

    • Parent’s or Guardian’s telephone number

    • Verifying driving is necessary to travel to the school-authorized activity


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Violating Provisional License Rules Provisional Driver’s License

First Offense:

  • Suspension of license for:

    • Three months, or:

    • Until the teen is 18 years old, whichever occurs sooner

      Second Offense:

  • Revocation of license for:

    • Six months, or:

    • Until the teen is 18 years old, whichever occurs sooner


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Penalties for Conviction of a Traffic Offense Provisional Driver’s License

  • First Offense:

    • Suspension or revocation of license for:

      • Six months, or:

      • Until the teen is 18 years old, whichever occurs sooner

  • Second Offense:

    • Revocation of license for:

      • 12 months, or:

      • Until the teen is 18 years old, whichever occurs later


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A Regular License will be issued when Provisional Driver’s License

  • The holder of the provisional license:

  • Has held the provisional license for at least six months;

  • Has no pending proceeding that might result in the suspension or revocation of the provisional license;

  • Is at least 17 years old;

  • If the license is not suspended or revoked it will expire on the licensee’s nineteenth birthday.


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Are You Going to Move out of Hawai’i? Provisional Driver’s License

  • If you plan to move to another state be sure to call that state’s DMV for regulations regarding Juvenile Drivers Licenses


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When do you notify your insurance company? Provisional Driver’s License

From the Fall 2003 issue of GEICO DIRECT:

Insuring Your Teen Driver.  When should you add them to your policy? 

Once teens get their learner's permit, they must be added to your auto insurance policy.  This is to protect you from any possible liabilities in the event your teen has an accident while driving - even while supervised by an adult.


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How can you effectively enhance the process? Provisional Driver’s License

Read all the information available on the “For Parents” page of our website: accuratedriving.com


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Where Can You Find Additional Information? Provisional Driver’s License

Go To: accuratedriving.com