Welcome to the Team Safety Driving School (TSDS) registration page!


December 18, 2021 is full, if you would like to sign up for March 5, 2022 please read all of the following information and sign up below.


We will take up to 25 students per class, when the class is full, we will start a wait list, if you have to cancel, we will try to reschedule to the next available class.


If Covid is still an issue, we will follow the CDC's directions on how to safely hold the class. So if you want to know what our rules will be, just look up what the CDC is recommending.

Expect an email a couple of days prior to the classes as reminder and if there is any new news to pass along that isn't included below.


All classes will be held at:

Arizona Motorsport Park (AMP)

15402 West Camelback Road

Litchfield Park, AZ 85340

All Classes will start at 8:00am and finish by 3:30-4:00pm unless otherwise noted.  Minors must have their parent or legal guardian sign the minor waiver first thing in the morning during registration. Everyone on Arizona Motorsports Park's (AMP) property must sign a waiver and that includes all staff members.  Lunch is provided and will most likely be pizza, so if you or your teen have any special dietary needs, please bring your lunch with you. Parents/guardians should be ready for the "recital ride" by 2:30pm unless otherwise informed. There is a mix of families that stay for the day or drop off and return to pick up, if you drop your teen off you should be back for their recital, our history has shown that parents are amazed at what their teen accomplishes in one day! Parents/guardians that stay for the day may want to bring a comfortable chair if you have a special one, other wise hard plastic ones are provided and we have a few pop up tents for shade, if you have an EZ-Up tent, you may want to bring it.

Student preparation: All classes are very much hands on with little classroom time, so plenty of rest the night before the school and being hydrated is highly recommended. Check the weather for that day and dress appropriately and use sun block if needed.

We need to have everyone's cooperation with this next question...Does your teen have any special needs, ranging from physical, emotional or mental health challenges that we as instructors will obviously have to know? We hope that you will understand that this information will help us to be better prepared for your teen and will make for a better training experience.

Vehicle Preparation: First of all, we recommend that the students use the vehicle that they will be driving for the most part to learn the dynamics of that vehicle. Make sure the vehicle has been recently checked out, ie: brake pads should be in good condition, all fluids should be at recommended levels, belts and hoses should be checked, a minimum of 3/4 tank of fuel if not full. Vehicle should not have excessive leaks, sufficient tread on the tires with recommended pressures that have been checked within a few days of taking this class and it is very important that all loose items in the front and trunk sections of the vehicle are removed or secured, by the end of the day our maneuvers are very aggressive and loose items can damage the vehicle and or passengers.

Our entire Team is committed to teaching each and everyone of our students the art of defensive driving and we are very appreciative that you have chosen us to teach your teen these important life saving skills that will last them a life time. We have had a few parents that have taken the class with their teen and some more than once, although we take this training very seriously, we have a lot of fun while learning!




AMP March 5, 2022
USD 175.00




Thank you,

Norman Hamden

928 254-5400

TSDS Newsflash

Vehicle crashes are the leading cause of teen fatalities. Statistics site as many as 4,000 to 6,000 teens die every year (depending on the source) as a result of car crashes. That would be approximately 16 deaths every day!


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