Montana DRIVE One-Day Summer Workshops
June 4 through August 9, 2018
Learn to respond safely to driving risks and become a better driver!
Come to Lewistown this summer for a fun and active behind-the-wheel workshop that improves driver skill and confidence. All drivers are welcome and training costs less than a crunched bumper.
For drivers over 55, the completion of this workshop can lower auto insurance premiums. Check with your insurance agent to learn more.
Space is limited and workshops fill up quickly. $10 off if registered by March 5.
TO REGISTER: Visit Montana DRIVE for registration details and 2018 workshop calendar. All workshop participants must pre-register and pre-pay the workshop. The cost for a one-day adult workshop is $330. Register by March 5 for an early registration discount of $10.00. We now have ONLINE registration. Submit your registration online, receive an invoice, and pay within 30 days.
TEEN WORKSHOPS: Teen workshops are scheduled for July 23, 24 and 25. Registration for teen workshops will begin in March.
Since 1979 our professional driving instructors have trained more than 14,000 drivers in off-road recovery, skid control, and evasive maneuvers. Montana DRIVE summer workshops include two hours of classroom instruction and six hours driving vehicles on a safe, closed track adjacent to the Lewistown Airport. The one-day workshop is limited to 12 drivers per day. Watch our new YouTube video.
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