If you would like to be more comfortable and masterful of your driving environment, have a new driver in the household, or simply wish to explore your vehicle’s capabilities, Hill Country has a program just for you! Our Car Control Clinic is not only educational…. it is FUN! Its also one of the events requested during our 2018 Member Survey. HCR has partnered with Austin Community College (Hays Campus) Public Safety Training Center, Kyle, TX Tire to host an Adult Car Control Clinic on Saturday June 1, 2019 from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM at their new, state of the art Emergency Vehicles Operations Course (EVOC).
This single-day instructional activity provides you with skills that apply both to everyday driving and spirited driving. We want you to be comfortable and enjoy your vehicle, no matter what situation arises. Some of the skills we build through exciting drills:
•Vision: Where are you focusing your attention?
•Proper Seating Position and Steering Wheel Control
•Vehicle Weight Transfer and Balance
•Accident Avoidance and “Slippery” Situations
It is one of the few HCR driving activities open to licensed drivers below the age of 18 (participants must have a valid Driver’s License), and it can be an excellent activity for a parent and a new driver, or a small group of young drivers entering this critical phase in their lives. Participants will be paired with a group of experienced instructors, who will lead you through a several drills and class room instruction at the EVOC. This is not a racing school. This event teaches you the skills and techniques necessary to properly control your daily driver or high-performance car. You will have fun in a safe environment while learning to be a better and more competent driver. This program is open to all car makes/models, bt we urge you to bring your Porsche.
The Adult Car Control Clinic will teach you how to control the Porsche you drive on a daily basis or only on weekends. You’ll learn to manage unpredictable situations based on your car’s handling limits. You’ll master the application of driving physics, learn how to make good driving decisions and react more quickly and to become more aware and learn how to begin anticipating the actions of other drivers. The Adult Car Control Clinic is open to any HCR member who is a licensed driver. Learner permits are not allowed.