Final stage training
B category final stage training consists of two parts: theory and practice.
The theory consist of 4 academic hours of 45 minutes each. The practice includes 3 academic driving lessons of 45 minutes each. The driving school provides the opportunity to undergo driving training on winter roads, regardless of the time of year, on a driving training area that has a special coating that simulates a slippery road. As well as an economical driving lesson, where experienced instructors will teach you how to drive with minimal impact on the environment.
During the theoretical lesson, the basics of winter driving are studied – winter use and maintenance of a car, braking and overtaking on a snowy road, a safe distance and braking on a slippery road.
B category final stage training guarantees you the necessary knowledge and skills that will help you avoid panic and automatically apply the right techniques to restore vehicle control at critical moments.
During the lesson, sharp braking on a winter road is practiced, taking into account the characteristics of the car and possible situations, correct driving technique, safe cornering, lateral sliding, loss of control and methods for preventing it.
Final stage training is mandatory for the exchange of a primary driver’s license with the Department of Transportation.