Use Your Driving Passion to Make a Difference at Street Survival
Teen crashes and teen-driving fatalities have long plagued American families. The mission of Tire Rack Street Survival is to significantly reduce these tragic accidents. Our instructors play a critical role in fulfilling that mission.
Instructing at Street Survival is one of the most rewarding things we do. It’s about using our passion, knowledge and skills to give back to the community.
We come from different clubs and segments of the enthusiast community, but we all enjoy a special camaraderie. No matter our age, gender or the kind of car we drive, we share a bond because of the great contribution we’re making to the next generation.
A great feeling at the end of the day. Instructors often relate the glowing reports they get from students and their parents. One of the best moments is at the end of the day, when parents get in the passenger seat to see just how much progress has been made. They feel a lot more confident in their child’s driving ability. It feels pretty good to know the impact you’ve had on that family.
Join the crew!
Are you a driving enthusiast? Becoming an instructor is easy, through a little online training and on-site orientation. Want to know more? Check out the f.a.q. page.
Contact Chrissy Price to sign up, preview an event or arrange for a ride-along to see what’s involved. The bar isn’t all that high, but the experience is worth the commitment.
Every session ends with feedback, as we collect evaluation forms. Here’s a sampling of some of the typical positive comments.
“My daughter improved tremendously. The instructor was wonderful. He was very friendly, had good instructions and put her at ease. An all-around terrific experience.“
“I found the instructor to be knowledgeable, thoughtful and very patient. It gave my son more confidence and assurance with driving. I know he’ll be using the skills he learned.”
“It was a lot of fun and I discovered the capabilities of the car. The wet figure 8 skid pad is especially cool.”
“My instructor was great. He was pretty funny. And I actually learned how to handle the car in different situations.”