Their goal is to connect new drivers and their families with the best in driver’s education.
Los Angeles, CA – DriverZ, by IMPROVLearning, is ready to announce the expansion of their Best Driving School list to four cities in Utah! With vehicle collisions among new drivers increasing across the country they thought that now was a better time than ever to help promote their mission of saving lives by promoting safer driving. They know that the first, and most important, step to becoming a safer driver is to find the best available driver education.
The schools selected for DriverZ’s coveted best driving school list provide the best training for new teen drivers, their parents, and anyone looking to learn, improve their skills, and become safer drivers. Now, residents in Utah have access to this service to find:
- Best Driving Schools in Salt Lake City: https://driverz.com/driving-schools-salt-lake-city/
- Best Driving Schools in Orem: driverz.com/driving-schools-orem/
- Best Driving Schools in West Valley City: driverz.com/driving-schools-west-valley-city/
- Best Driving Schools in Provo: driverz.com/driving-schools-provo/
DriverZ knows that parents and new drivers do not make their decision in a driving school lightly, and neither do they. Listings include everything needed to find the school that best fits any individual’s needs. A synopsis of each business is included, along with which of the five core driver education services they offer. With their years of experience, the experts at DriverZ research and verify top driving schools based on several criteria which include:
- Years in business
- Customer satisfaction
- Instructor training practices
Users also get reviews, testimonials, links to individual company websites, and are shown which courses have achieved “SPIDER Approved” status – DriverZ’s most exclusive rating designating driving schools that utilize SPIDER Method teaching principles.
An industry leader since 1989, DriverZ by IMPROVLearning knows what it takes to provide the best in driver education. Their courses utilize the acclaimed SPIDER Method, a straightforward training approach based on neuroscience and micro-learning developed for this generation of drivers and beyond. They believe that access to high-quality, professional driver education is the best way to make safer drivers, and they know that safer drivers make safer streets.
“We are right in the middle of the 100 deadliest driving days for new and young drivers,” said CEO Gary Alexander. “We also know that summer is the most popular time of the year for driver education, so we are dedicated to helping students find their best local options.”
New drivers, and their families, can find a variety of driver education resources, including cutting edge traffic safety research, step-by-step guides to getting a license in their state, as well as a myriad of other content designed to help people get their licenses and become safer drivers at DriverZ.com.
In addition to their efforts to pair new driver’s with the best in local driver education, IMPROVLearning also offers a adult courses through their sites like New York Defensive Driving: https://www.myimprov.com/defensive-driving/new-york/ Experienced drivers can take advantage of traffic ticket dismissal programs, as well as defensive driving and insurance discount courses.
DriverZ is a division of IMPROVLearning, a leading training organization known for its unique and proven-effective driver training curriculums and technology, teaching the renowned S.P.I.D.E.R Method of Defensive Driving. The DriverZ community gives users access to its 25+ years of unique traffic safety research and training to meet all a family’s driving-related needs.
Contact Person: Alfredo Felix
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City: Los Angeles
Country: United States
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