Audi Club Wisconsin has a tradition of conducting annual driving clinics for teens to improve their driving skills. The goal is to teach many of the driving dynamics and skills that are often omitted in today’s world of basic driver education. The club conducts the clinics as a community service event and all teens are welcome. You do not need to be related to an Audi Club member to participate in the clinic.
The clinic is held at Wisconsin State Fair Park in West Allis. It is a combination of classroom instruction and driving exercises. The teens will use their own cars to improve their skills in the vehicle they routinely drive.
The teens will learn:
- Driving basics
- Importance of vision
- Cornering - understeer and oversteer
- Proactive vs. reactive driving techniques
- Effects of weight transfer
- Driver courtesy
- Safe following distance
This clinic is a great way for any teen to improve their driving skills and confidence. Pass this information on to family, friends, classmates and co-workers.
We are asking for volunteers to help with this event. It is very rewarding to help the Teen drivers improve their skill and confidence with this one day of training. If you can help, let me know by responding to firstname.lastname@example.org.
More details and registration information is on our website.