When I taught my kids to drive, I repeated over and over that driving is a person's second most important responsibility, with their fertility being the first on the list.
Before they took driver's ed., I wanted them to have at least 1,000 miles, including day; night; city; country; sun; rain; ice; snow; Interstate.
When I was young, we practiced spins; oversteering; power slides; and stuff, but life was different then, and we could get away with that. The only thing I did, once, in bad snow, told my son I was going to demonstrate something strictly for his education, but if he ever did it with MY CAR AND MY INSURANCE, he would never drive my car again.
I hit the parking brake, and turned the wheel in slippery conditions, and did a perfect 180 in place and stopped dead. Impressed the heck out of him.
I assume he did it when I wasn't there, warnings and threats or not. Sigh. The only wreck he had was a smashed door, which was fixable.