Driving Instructor in West Virginia Got Arrested for Teaching a Student Dangerous Maneuvers

A driving instructor from West Virginia was recently arrested for teaching a student how to perform donuts. The instructor is being charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor as well as destruction of property.

The instructor, Edwin Anderson, claims he taught his student how to do donuts so that she could learn vehicle control in off-road conditions. What do you think? Should this driving instructor be punished or praised for teaching this advanced (and potentially very dangerous) maneuver to a student driver? Discuss below.

What do you think? Should this driving instructor be punished or praised for teaching this advanced (and potentially very dangerous) maneuver to a student driver? Leave a comment to let us know, what you think!

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  • 4diamond

    Arrested? No. Fired? Yes. Its a bit extreme to arrest an instructor for teaching someone to do donuts. Although, he shouldnt have been doing it simply because teaching a student how to do donuts is not only not in any driving school’s lesson plan, but it is dangerous.