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Local contractors open 911 driving school in Snohomish County
April 21, 2021 // Franchising.com // MONROE, Washington – Buckle up, Monroe. Driver training in Snohomish County has improved.
911 Driving School, a subsidiary of The Driver Training Group, a multi-brand driver education brand, today announced the opening of a new location serving Snohomish County.
“Teaching young people to drive is as much an art as it is a science,” said Craig Robertson, owner of the 911 driving school in Monroe. “Our instructors are more than coaches. They are current or former first responders who have a vested interest in the safety of our young drivers. Our goal is to educate young drivers and motivate them to use what they have learned to avoid collisions. We look forward to helping Snohomish County student drivers develop safe, defensive driving habits that will last them a lifetime.
Craig and Lisa Robertson have a passion to serve the local community. Craig has over 17 years of law enforcement experience. He has spent the past five years as a police officer with the Monroe Police Department and is currently posted to the Monroe School District as the School Resources Officer. Lisa has over 15 years of experience as an emergency dispatcher. The duo aim to provide safe driving skills through first-hand experiences and instill confidence in parents and loved ones as they send their families on the road.
“I see this as an opportunity to invest in the safety of our community,” Lisa added. “As a business owner, it is humbling to know that the 911 Driving School will play a role in making the roads a safer place for new drivers and local residents in Snohomish County.”
The new Monroe 911 driving school is located at 17150 W. Main St, Unit D, in the St. Vincent de Paul building.
Using a relevant and research-backed curriculum developed by experts, the 911 Driving School will change the way local students learn to drive. The 911 method focuses on teaching new drivers defensive driving to avoid collisions through coaching. It also offers parents the opportunity to participate in their child’s driving learning experience and teaches them how to become more effective coaches for their new teenage drivers.
The 911 Driving School was created to inspire, educate, engage and motivate drivers to drive safely and responsibly through online, in-class and behind-the-wheel instruction. He has developed several programs for teen, adult, government and corporate fleet drivers that go beyond traditional driving lessons or driver training courses. Instructors mentally prepare students for road driving by helping them understand the driving environment, develop their ability to assess their risks and abilities in various driving situations, and understand the limitations of their vehicle.
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