New 911 Driving School to Shift Gears for Student Drivers in Snohomish County
February 16, 2021 // Franchising.com // MONROE, Wash. - Driver’s education in Monroe will soon take a turn for the better.
911 Driving School announced today that it has signed a franchise agreement with Craig and Lisa Robertson to bring a new location to the Monroe area. The new school is set to open in April.
Using a relevant, 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 how to drive defensively to remain collision-free through coaching. It also provides parents with opportunities to be involved in their child’s driver’s education experience and teaches them how to be more effective coaches for their new teen drivers.
“We want to make a concerted effort to stress the importance of driver safety and instill good driving habits in Monroe’s young drivers,” said Craig, owner of the new 911 Driving School in Monroe. “Our instructors are coaches who are trained on youth culture and on how the young adult brain absorbs information. We teach teenagers to drive well, but more than that, we motivate them to use what they know to stay collision-free. We look forward to helping students build safe, defensive driving habits that will last a lifetime.”
The Robertsons have a passion for serving the local community. Craig has more than 17 years of experience in Law Enforcement. He has spent the past five years as a police officer with the Monroe Police Department and is currently assigned to the Monroe School District as a School Resource Officer. Lisa has more than 15 years of experience as an emergency dispatcher. The duo aims to provide safe driving skills through first-hand experiences and instill confidence to parents and loved ones as they send their family out on the roadway.
“I see this as an opportunity to invest in the safety of the Monroe community,” said Joe Giammona, CEO of 911 Driving School. “Craig and Lisa’s commitment to the local community is outstanding. They will prioritize the education and safety of the students and will strive to make the roads a safer place for new drivers and local residents."
The new Monroe 911 Driving School is located at 17150 W. Main St, Unit D, in the St. Vincent de Paul building.
911 Driving School was created to inspire, educate, engage and motivate drivers to perform safely and responsibly behind the wheel. It has developed multiple programs for teen, adult, government and corporate fleet drivers that go beyond traditional driving lessons or driver’s education courses. Instructors prepare students mentally for driving on the road by helping them understand the driving environment, develop the ability to assess their risks and capabilities in a variety of different driving situations, and help them understand the limits of their vehicle.
SOURCE 911 Driving School
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