Maple Grove Driving School
Maple Grove Driving School


Maple Grove Driving School is an organization dedicated to TEENAGERS, with the objective to significantly reduce the staggering rate of teen related vehicle deaths and accidents.

Our organization has developed a seminar that deals with young drivers at a level they understand. We have compiled several hundred hours of research into the actions and desires of your drivers to bring about a message that will impact the way a young driver goes about operating a vehicle. Further, we have included education in a variety of other areas such as the financial impact of poor driving, at-fault accidents, liability, and others to illustrate to young drivers the consequences that could be faced when operating a vehicle.

Right now we are working with Allstate Insurance and they are offering a discount to their teenagers who attend our seminar. The discount can be as much as 30%. If you are attending the seminar to receive the Allstate discount, their requirements for the teenagers are:

  • A "B" average in school
  • No tickets or accidents on your driving record
  • Attend two Maple Grove Driving School seminars a year in order to continue the discount – the time frame of attending is every 6 months until the age of 19 – once you are 19 the discount continues until you reach the age of 2l
  • The registration fee for the seminar is $30.00 per teen. The Maple Grove Driving School seminar is open to ANY teenager who would like to attend (not just Allstate policy holders), and we welcome the parents to attend with their teen free of charge.

Seminar #1 is for students who are coming for the first time. Registration starts at 8:45am and the seminar runs from 9am - 11am.

Seminar #2-#6 is for students who are renewing their discount (have attended seminar #1 already). Registration starts at 11am and the seminar runs from 11:15am - 12:15pm.


Seminar Schedule

Please check back for upcoming seminars.


Downloadable Seminar Materials

DVD - Roadworthy

DVD - RoadworthyCreated by founder Michael Pehl, "Roadworthy: A Parent's Guide to Teaching Teens to Drive"

Now Available