Saturday, September 29, 2018
Trec Driving is ideally suited to the recreational driver who wants to enjoy his or her driving partner.
- Trec Driving is an informal driving activity consisting of three phases: a judged safety check, a timed 3-10 kilometer cross country drive on roads and trails, and a skills demonstration consisting of up to 10 different driver’s tests.
- Points are deducted for missing required items for the safety check, whole minutes over or under the optimal cross country time, and skipped or poorly-performed driver’s tests.
- Additional points may be added for clever safety items or upping the difficulty level of the driver’s tests. Therefore, it is possible for
drivers to achieve a score of over 50 points.
- The biggest surprise about a Trec Drive is that the cross country course is NOT marked. Instead, drivers are encouraged to come early before their start time to view and take notes from a posted map.
Please RSVP to Alicia Pierce if you would like to drive or volunteer at the TREC drive.