Course Description

Slippery or uneven road surfaces—caused by snow, rain and storms– pose a threat to the safety of drivers whether new or highly experienced, professional or not. This comprehensive, hands-on course from 2 The Rescue instructs operators on how to anticipate adverse conditions and control their vehicles when encountering them. We offer one-on-one driver consultation.

  • Anticipating dangerous road and traffic conditions
  • Contending with blizzard, white-out and reduced visibility periods
  • Controlling skids on ice or gravel
  • Learning the AAAs of safe vehicle operation
  • Practicing effective off-road recovery techniques
  • Responding to hydroplaning during rainstorms
  • And more

Professions Served

The following professions are best suited for this course. If you have questions about using this course for other professions not listed, please contact us.

  • EMTs and paramedics
  • Firefighters
  • Police and public safety officers
  • Tow truck drivers and wrecker personnel
  • Fleet and corporate drivers
  • Plus teenagers and young adults


“Thank you again for doing an amazing, thorough and informative job. Our staff really felt empowered and that it was worth their time. They all walked away wishing others could participate in this training, both the classroom and the skill portions. And bonus, they enjoyed themselves.” Lyn Briel – Director of Support Services, Thornapple Manor, Hastings, MI

“I was nervous to begin with and it was very explanatory and really helped. Thank you, thank you!” Kimberly C., City, ST

“Exceeded my expectations. Teenagers and their parents should attend this course” Theresa H., City, ST

“Great training exercises. These routines were new and beneficial. All departments should consider this.” Firefighter Mulder, Caledonia FD

“This along with the classroom is very good training and should be required for all drivers.” Firefighter Looman, Cutlerville FD

“Awesome class, great enthusiasm! It gave a real life feeling and makes you think about the changes that need to be made.” Firefighter Carr, Looking Glass Regional FD