Driving is all about saving your life and saving other's lives
We are all about saving your life and saving other's lives. Drive safely, drive defensive and learn to drive quickly and easily by using our 9-vision technique.
Seven years ago, when the World Trade Center was attacked, like many others I was a victim. However, unlike many survivors, I was the Sr. System Administrator of Information Technology, State of the Art Security System, and Life Safety and Security consultant. As a result of my position, I suffered from survival guilt. I wanted to do something creative, as per advice I received. So, I thought to myself, "I have to do something for society, which will give me pleasure and bring me out of this guilt."
After two years I decided to teach something. Then I started researching what the major cause of death is in the United States. I found through this research that the major cause of death in the U.S. was due to driving fatalities. This is when I decided to teach people to drive, in a very effective, safe and defensive way. So students can save their lives and save the lives of others as well. I started to teach using a more visual technique, showing students easy to remember visual pointers.
Later I found out that most people find parallel parking to be difficult and this is exactly what I mastered teaching. During my time as a driving instructor, I have taught many students. After learning to drive, they all agree that parallel parking is easy.
Exactly 5 years after 9/11 on the date of 9/11/2006 I got the license to open up my own driving school.
The name I gave my driving school is VISION DRIVING SCHOOL. I felt that this was the most appropriate because driving is all about the VISION. In addition, I found many of my students have a vision behind their desire to drive. For my students driving is a tool, it is a tool they use to try to attend college, or go to work, and I try to help them fulfill their vision.
I have a VISION to teach a maximum number students how to drive safely, so they are careful with their lives and the lives of others. Let us all make American roads safe!
Programs and Classes
Introduction The purpose of this introduction is to arouse awareness among teenagers and parents about the excellent program offered by NJDMV. It is the GDL Graduated Driver License Program GDL has been proven to save lives among new drivers and their passengers It is designed to give new drivers better instructions and more experience driving Topics of Discussion -Obtaining a permit -Behind the Wheel Training -What you can expect from a Driving Instructor -Parent and Student awareness Procedure -Graduated License Handbook -“Parental Consent” Card -Take teenager student to DMV with (Six Points of ID) -Original Birth Certificate or US Passport -Original Social Security Card -HSW-Certificate (Small Blue Card) issued by HS she/he completed the 30 Hrs classroom instruction and passed the written test. -$10 -If glasses or contacts are regularly worn they should be worn to DMV Applying for Permit -When the eye test is completed, the driving instructor receives the learning permit from the DMV -The learning permit is then valid for a licensed driving instructor to teach
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