Texting & Driving Simulator, TeenDriver Training, FleetDriver Training


What Our Clients Say:


I think (the simulator) gives us an opportunity for a controlled environment.  To make sure that people understand it CAN and WILL happen to you.  It’s not a matter of if, it’s when.

Mike Kindhart, State Trooper - Illinois State Police

Driving simulators allow active learning by making it possible to give immediate feedback on driver performance.  It is as close as a person can come to training on real roads with a licensed driving instructor, but without the crash risk.

NHTSA, NHTSA's Report on Global Best Practices in Driver Training - NHTSA

Since July 2013 when we implemented the simulator in our UPS facility, we’ve seen a 38% reduction in crashes.  And, so far this year, we are trending well below last year’s numbers.

Rodney Ruff, Division Manager - UPS

You can make an error on a simulator and suffer no adverse consequences, whereas if you make an error behind the wheel of a car, it can be fatal.

Dr. Brendan Campbell, Director of Pediatric Trauma Surgery - Connecticut Children's Hospital
(Simulation in General)
Mayo Clinic

It’s as close to real life as you can get without putting someone in harm’s way.

Todd Emanuel, Mayo Clinic Emergency Services - Mayo Clinic
(One Simple Decision)

There is a lot of talk in the hallways in between classes, kids comparing their experience behind the wheel of the virtual program. That’s why the program is so powerful; it promotes discussion about the consequences of distracted teen driving.

Jamie Droste, Student Life Advisor - Foxborough Regional Charter School
(One Simple Decision)

We’re not teaching teens to drive. We are teaching them the consequences of distracted or impaired driving.

Esther Borer, Coordinator - Injury Prevention Center - Umass Memorial Hospital
(One Simple Decision)

By bringing the simulators here, it gives teens the idea of how fast things can happen when you’re not paying attention on the highway.

Tony Burnett, Law Enforcement Liaison - Governor's Highway Safety Office
(One Simple Decision)

It (driving simulator) shows you what actually happens in first person.

John Malak, Sophomore - Southview High School
(One Simple Decision)

Students say the simulator was more effective than the 30 minute class they took on distracted driving

Students, - Southview High School
(One Simple Decision)
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