Texting & Driving Simulator, TeenDriver Training, FleetDriver Training

Testimonials

What Our Clients Say:

NJM-Insurance

The simulators help students practice potentially dangerous driving complications, like rain or snow, in a controlled setting.  They are incredibly helpful.

Bernie Flynn, CEO - New Jersey Manufacturers
(OSD)
Illinois-State-Police

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
(OSD)
nhtsa-gov

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
(Teens)

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
(VHD)
connecticut-medical-center

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)

It was really intense. It’s a really, really good program. It shows us what people are doing in my age group. A lot of people text and drive and a lot of people drink and drive around my age and it’s really good awareness.

Darrion Rouse, Student - Box Elder Job Corps
(One Simple Decision)

The One Simple Decision program has a component that if they hit something or a person, there is actually a simulation of them getting arrested, going to jail, and going in front of a judge, or even going to the hospital.

Alexa White, Spokesperson - Pennington County Emergency Management
(One Simple Decision)

It gets as realistic as you can get with the computer system, realistic doing hills and everything like that.

Tim Boyer, Spokesperson - Vern Eide/Sioux Empire Safety Village
(One Simple Decision)
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