About Us


About Us

Hello! I'm Misty, a lifelong resident of Posey County, Indiana, with a brief flirtation with the big city life in Evansville. My journey into the world of driver education is quite the tale, one that started with childhood memories of delivering lunch to my dad as he taught students how to squeeze a car between our two parked cars becoming proficient parallel parkers.

Little did I know that years later, I'd be following in his tire tracks, albeit with a few twists and turns along the way. My career path meandered from aspiring special education teacher to contemplating nursing, but neither quite fit the bill.

It was a fateful call from my dad or Mr. Siders as many may know him that set me on my current course. They needed a secretary at the driving school he worked for, and I jumped at the opportunity. After a brief stint as a secretary, family commitments led me elsewhere. However, destiny had other plans. Dad introduced me to some folks considering starting their driving school, and my love for the industry was rekindled. That night, I dubbed myself the "Head of Drivers Education." Although that school has since closed, the experience was electrifying, watching an idea become a reality. Dad and I often discussed opening our own school, but it seemed like a pipe dream.

Fast forward 15 years, and I still found myself pondering what I want to be when I "grow up."

Then, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dad asked me to think about becoming an instructor. My initial response? A hearty laugh and "I'm not as crazy as you, Dad." Little did I know that my destiny had another U-turn in store for me.

As a new Drivers Education Instructor, a student asked me how I would grade them. I replied, "On a curve." However, I wondered silently what qualities make an A+ driver; and is there a “perfect” driver to base grades on…hmmm.

Teaching the rules of the road isn't just about signs and speed limits; it's about imparting knowledge that keeps everyone safe. For instance, did you know that all interstates are highways, but not all highways are interstates? And that highways can cross state lines and still not be considered interstates? These are the kinds of fascinating facts your student might share after a behind-the-wheel lesson with me.

So, whether you're here to learn about safe driving, get a dose of driving-related humor, or simply connect with someone who's spent years navigating the roadways, I'm here to guide you on your journey. Let's make our roadways safer for everyone, one lesson at a time!