Driving Academy of NWA Resources

Important Documents

2019 Parent Seminar Options

List of all dates and locations of our Parent Seminars.  It is best to attend this seminar before or the week of the student's classroom instruction.

Terms of Service

This is a copy of the "Terms of Service" as they are worded when registering a student that must be agreed upon in order to complete the registration process.  These highlight the information from the lengthy bulletin that we feel most people, who do not read the entire "Official Bulletin", would appreciate knowing and remembering to avoid any misunderstandings.

Official Bulletin

This bulletin includes important information about student requirements, fees, etc. It is strongly recommended that you print this document and read it thoroughly.

Parent-Teen Driving Agreement

We recommend all families of teen drivers complete this agreement, but our Comprehensive Driver Ed students are required to print it and complete it with all parents/guardians involved as one of their homework assignments.

Informational Literature

Brochure for Teen Comprehensive Program

This brochure which has a lot of information all in one place is designed to be printed 2-sided along the short edge.

Brochure for Adult In-car lessons only

What To Do If Stranded In Your Vehicle

We recommend everyone to print this poster, follow the suggestions, and keep it in your vehicle.  The only thing I personally question is placing flares in front and behind your vehicle. If being outside your vehicle to place the flares would put you in more serious danger, such as on the interstate, I feel it would be safer to just stay in your car, far away from the traffic with your hazard lights on.

Driving Academy NWA is a Proud Member of the Following Organizations:

National Safety Council

The National Safety Council eliminates preventable deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the road through leadership, research, education and advocacy.

ADED The Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists

The Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists was established in 1977 to support professionals working in the field of driver education / driver training and transportation equipment modifications for persons with disabilities through education and information dissemination. ADED, a nonprofit association, is the primary professional organization in this specialized area, and stands ready to meet the professional needs of its members through educational conferences and research support as well as encouraging equipment development to maximize the transportation options for persons with disabilities.

The Driving School Association of the Americas, Inc

DSAA helps schools and associations strive for better driver education.

American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association

Helpful Links

Arkansas State Driver Examination

Arkansas Driver Examination Information and Study Guide

Testing Centers

Arkansas State Police Website

If you are considering buying a car:

SaferCar.gov

Another helpful site with important safety information.

Insurance Institute for Highway Safety

This informative site can help you pick the safest car.

Edmunds.com

Help with finding the purchase or trade-in value of a vehicle.

 

Driving Academy NWA is a Proud Member of the Following Organizations:

National Safety Council

National Safety Council

The Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists

The Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists

American Driver and Traffic Safety Education Association

American Driver and Traffic Safety Education Association

Driving School Association of the Americas

Driving School Association of the Americas