Driver Training Inc

at 1061 Old Abingdon Hwy Suite 3, Bristol, 24201 United States

Driver Training Inc. is owned by Susan W. Walling, a local member of the community. Susan is a valuable resource for WCYB, Fox News, Educators, Local Courts, DMV and DOS.

Driver Training Inc
1061 Old Abingdon Hwy Suite 3
Bristol , VA 24201
United States
Contact Phone
P: 276-644-1845 or 866-981-5944 Toll-free


Driver Training Inc. of Bristol, Virginia/Tennessee was founded to teach the latest safe and defensive driving techniques and to enhance driver awareness of risk faced while driving. DTI is dedicated to a quality educational program and making Virginia/Tennessee a safer place to drive. We are licensed by the Department of Motor Vehicles and use DMV/DOS approved curriculum. We offer Driver Improvement Classes for both, Virginia and Tennessee. Our instructors are conscientious, trustworthy, observant, reliable and caring and have passed college level courses required by the DMV to teach. We also meet Tennessee Driver Education requirements.

Opening time

  • Mondays: 09:00- 19:00
  • Tuesdays: 09:00- 17:30
  • Wednesdays: 09:00- 19:00
  • Thursdays: 09:00- 17:30
  • Fridays: 09:00- 17:30
  • Saturdays: 09:00- 17:30

Company Rating

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Distracted Driving: What's on Your Mind? A study conducted by The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found those who attempted to perform one non-driving task exhibited the following unsafe driving behaviors: -Suppressed brain activity in the areas needed for safe driving -Slower reactions for peripheral sight detection and vehicle braking -Missed cues and decreased accuracy -Decreased visual scanning of the driving environment 5 Tips: 1. Stow and secure all electronic devices, loose gear and other possessions 2. Keep your eyes on the road at all times 3. Avoid activities that take even one hand off the steering wheel, such as grooming or reaching for an MP3 player 4. Don't use cell phones while driving 5. Never use text messaging, email functions, video games or the internet with a wireless device, including those built into the vehicle If you cannot devote your full attention to driving because of some other activity, it's a distraction. Take care of it become or after your trip, not behind the wheel.

Published on 2015-01-30 16:04:00 GMT

"As Congress considers legislation to avoid a shortfall of the Highway Trust Fund, Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx and 11 of his predecessors offered an open letter to Congress. It appears that Congress will act to stave off the looming insolvency of the Highway Trust Fund. The bill, if passed, should extend surface transportation funding until next May." - U.S. Department of Transportation