Stay Safe school does driver's ed, outreach
Stay Safe Driving School, founded in 2004, teaches more than just driver's education. Its educators teach life skills. They employ a space management system, and they also use a technique called commentary driving. The staff focuses on skills in many different situations, such as tire blowouts, evasive maneuvers and skidding. "Our main goal is the safety of our students while they are on the road," said co-owner Debbie Callahan. Clients can take face-to-face or online classes.
ADDRESS: 9110 Jones Road, Suite 140, Houston
HOURS: 9 a.m.-7 p.m., Monday-Friday
OWNERS: Dave Miner and Debbie Callahan
WHAT YOU'LL FIND: A school that is also a training facility, Stay Safe Driving School has an instructor development program and also partners with Schedule2Drive to host an alcohol awareness program for instructors called DADAP2.
WHAT THEY'RE SAYING: "We are very passionate about our community outreach, such as the SADD (Students Against Drunk Drivers) chapter. We have adopted a stretch of FM 529 (through the TXDOT Adopt a Highway program), and we are the lead organizer of an Anti-Crash Bash traffic safety fair in Montgomery County." -Debbie Callahan, school co-owner