When your teen driver attends a Street Survival school, we teach them to control your car in unpredictable situations based on its handling limits. They master the application of driving physics using their car. They learn how to make good driving decisions and react more quickly. They become more aware and learn how to begin anticipating the actions of other drivers.
Co’s BMW once again sponsors Tire Rack Street Survival. RMC BMW CCA had a very successful Tire Rack Street Survival School earlier this year and with generous and repeat sponsorship from Co’s BMW, we will be holding another 2017 Tire Rack Street Survival (TRSS) school in Loveland on OCTOBER 15, at The Ranch (Larimer County Fairgrounds) main parking lot and classrooms.
In addition to looking for students, we are also looking for the following:
Qualified Coaches: We need at least 30 coaches. You don’t need to be a DE instructor, but you should at least have the skills to run in an advanced DE run group or a few years of autocrossing experience as well as the ability to calmly communicate succinctly from the passenger seat while someone else is behind the wheel. In addition, all coaches are required to register with the Street Survival program and take an online training module: http://streetsurvival.org/schools/become-a-coach/.
Please send a completion certificate Allyn (contact information below) at the end of the test. Coaches who did the training last year (we have you in our records) do not have to take it again, though we recommend repeating it as a refresher
Registration and Event Volunteers: We need six people to help with registration on the day of the event and assist throughout the day with logistics.
If you are interested in volunteering or coaching, please contact Allyn Bandell, the event chair or Eugene Yen at email@example.com.