How to Pass Your License Test

Posted by Corey DeVellis on Oct 18, 2016 1:57:34 PM

The ultimate reason everyone takes Driver’s Ed is to get their license. It’s a rite of passage. It’s part of becoming an adult. It will open doors and make you more independent, but it can also stress you out and keep you up at night; tossing and turning and worrying about the embarrassment of failing and the inconvenience of having to take the test again.

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Topics: New Driver, DMV, CT DMV, driver's license, license, license test

Driver's Ed • Dealing with Hazards

Posted by Dave Yachtis on Jul 5, 2016 2:00:00 PM


They're everywhere when you drive. It could be something simple like a car on the other side of the road. It may be something complex like a kid walking his dog on your side of the road and an 18-wheeler on the other side. It may be something as terrifying as a deer jumping out in front of your car. It's virtually impossible to be on the road and not encounter some type of hazard. But you do have tools to help you, such as:

  • Adjusting your vehicle's speed
  • Adjusting your vehicle's position
  • Communicating with other road users 
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Topics: Safe driving, license

Your Driving Test With The Next Street

Posted by JIll Brown on Jun 6, 2016 3:00:00 PM


You’ve put a lot of hard work into learning how to drive, and now it’s time for “The Big Test.” This can be a pretty stressful time, so The Next Street gives you several options that will make your testing day easier and more convenient. You’re almost there, and with The Next Street, we’ll get through the Driver’s License Test together.

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Topics: Driver's Ed, driver's license, license, license test

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Talk to your family and friends about safe driving habits, and if you're without a driver's license, consider choosing one of our programs. They are easy and stress free! 


  • Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for U.S. teens
  • Car crashes are preventable
  • Discussing safe driving habits with family and friends will help spread awareness

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