As a result of the law, a new kind of driver training course is being offered at Dallas driving school.

And in the process, they’re getting more information on how to handle distractions and the like.

For the next few weeks, the new class will have a video showing the mechanics of how to safely navigate through the intersection and through traffic, including things like whether to turn left, right or left-hand turn, and when to stop and wait for traffic to move in front of you.

The program is not just about driving, said Austin Jones, an instructor at the Dallas driving academy who is also a professor of human behavior and the director of the Driving School.

The curriculum is designed to teach drivers about their emotions, the psychology of driving and the way they make decisions in a crisis.

“It’s not just that we’re trying to teach them how to be safe drivers,” Jones said.

“It’s about understanding how the world works, how people think, how they process information and how they respond to emotions.

And that’s what makes this program a powerful and empowering tool for us as human beings.””

As drivers, we are the most vulnerable in the world.

And that’s what makes this program a powerful and empowering tool for us as human beings.”

Dallas driving school instructor Austin Jones shows students the tools they’ll need to drive safely in Dallas.

The course also includes an interactive interactive video of what to do if you experience a distraction or another driver’s behavior that you don’t like, like a loud horn or flashing lights.

And while the curriculum is being taught online, the instructors at Dallas say it will be in-person, so they can see if their students are able to navigate through traffic in the event of a major emergency.

The driving school is the latest in a series of efforts to improve driver education.

In May, California passed a law mandating more comprehensive training for drivers in a way that included a focus on driving safety.

And last month, a Texas state lawmaker proposed legislation that would allow schools and other providers of driver instruction to offer the program in-house.

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While driving schools have been in business for decades, this new one offers something different, said Rob Doolittle, executive director of Driver Education Texas, an advocacy group.

“This is something that’s a very different way to train people in this area,” he said.

The new Dallas driving program is part of a larger effort by the Texas Department of Transportation and the U.S. Department of Education to create driving schools that are more personalized, Doolitt said.

The goal is to make them more effective at helping drivers learn the skills they need to make better decisions and get the most out of their time on the road.

In a phone interview from Dallas, Doodittle said the curriculum was inspired by a video produced by a driving instruction program that was used at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. The video showed drivers teaching students about safety in the classroom, then showing them how they could use that lesson to make safer decisions in real life.

“What we found was, driving schools don’t have enough time in the day to really teach the skills that are necessary for driving safely,” Doolice said.

He said that’s why the Texas driving school curriculum is based on a classroom experience, not on a computer simulation.

Doolittle said that in-class learning helps students develop better decisions, but he said the new Dallas course will have more video and interactive elements.

It will have students take the road in a car with a video camera.

“We will be looking at a vehicle and the traffic around it,” he told The Washington Times.

“The goal of this is to have them feel safe in a safe vehicle and that is going to be a lot more of a challenge than they may realize.”

Dallas is one of several states that have introduced new driver education programs, said Jessica Ponce, who works as a driver education coordinator for the Department of Labor’s Texas Employment Development office.

In addition to the driving school in Dallas, Ponce said other states are looking at new programs that focus on topics such as how to make the best decision about a distracted driver, how to prepare for an emergency and how to deal with other drivers.

Dollitt said the training is a way for drivers to gain valuable experience.

“In a classroom, you have to be able to see that they’re not just the student,” he added.

“You have to know them, they have to see you.

You have to understand what they’re thinking and what you’re thinking.”