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02.28.13 – Help protect your elders.

      Getting older does not necessarily mean a person’s driving days are over, it is however important to plan ahead and take steps to ensure the safety of your loved ones on the road. We offer 2 hour senior refresher lessons for $100.00.
Call us today @ 215-295-8003

 

02.27.13 – Buying a car?!

      When buying a vehicle, safety and reliability are important considerations, especially if it’s for a young driver, since they usually do not have a lot of driving experience or money. When shopping for a car for that young driver, look for ones with advanced safety features such as electronic stability control and curtain airbags as well as good crash-test results. Generally speaking, bigger and heavier vehicles perform better in crash tests. But very large vehicles can have unwieldy handling, offer poor fuel economy and allow young drivers to drive with more passengers which has been shown to increase a young driver’s crash risk.

 

      Congratulations to Stephen S. on passing your PA State Driver’s License Exam and becoming a Licensed PA Driver!

 

02.26.13 – Polar Bear Day

     Today’s is Polar Bear Day, a day to celebrate the world’s largest carnivore. Polar bears can grow up to nine feet tall (when standing) and 1400 pounds. They are a favorite at zoos around the country. Polar bears live at the North Pole region, and are native to Alaska, Canada, Greenland, Norway, and Russia.
Visit Klondike and Coldilocks at the Philadelphia Zoo today.

 

02.25.13 – Call us to Schedule

      Every day car crashes end more teen lives than cancer, homicide and suicide combined. Take our certified six hour Behind-the-Wheel driving course today as our instructors will help you boost your confidence while providing a comfortable environment with limited distractions. With our door to door service and package deals we are not only convenient, but affordable.
      Call us at 215-295-8003

 

02.24.13 – THE talk!

      Parents, now is the time to begin a potentially life-saving conversation with your teen. Understanding the risks and knowing the facts will help you to set rules, consistently enforce those rules and model safe and responsible driving. Don’t let the opportunity slip through your fingers. Your actions make a significant difference.

 

02.23.13 – Go Phillies!

      Here we go Phillies, here we go!

 

02.22.13 – Int’l World Thinking Day

Today is International World Thinking Day.

 

      The original objective of this day was to set aside a day for girls all over the world to think of each other and to give thanks and appreciation to “sister” Girl Scouts and Girl Guides. Over the years, it has been expanded to include the opportunity for girls (young and less young) to learn about health issues that affect girls and young women.

 

      You don’t have to be a Girl Scout or a Girl Guide to participate in this day. Rather, we encourage all females, young and old, to learn a little more about health issues today. If you are in a position to provide education and training on health issues, do so today. If you can not conduct it today, then schedule it for some time in the near future.

 

02.21.13 – Graduated DL Law

      PennDOT continually looks for ways to enhance the driver´s license issuance process for teens while maintaining a balance between safety and mobility. Pennsylvania´s Graduated Driver Licensing Law, which took effect in 1999, and was updated in 2011, was a major enhancement to teen driver safety and has proven effective in reducing crashes and fatalities for 16-and 17-year-olds. Please visit Just Drive PA’s Traffic Safety Information Center to review the provisions of the law(s).

 

02.20.13 – Happy Birthday Mr. Fidishun

      Happy 80th Birthday to owner/instructor John Fidishun! We hope you enjoy your day and best luck this year and always.

 

      Thank you to Connor of Yardley, for replying to our survey. We greatly appreciate the high scores.

 

02.19.13 Avoid Risks

      The wisest first time drivers know that they need to be especially careful on the road for the first few years, in order to build up a healthy driving record. These individuals understand that any DWI/DUI convictions, speeding tickets, underage drinking charges, or any other similar liabilities can result in steep auto insurance policy payments, which will stick to them for many years. In addition to safe driving practices, young drivers may be able to secure temporarily lower rates by negotiating auto insurance products such as pay as you drive insurance, where the mileage that a driver may use a given time period is limited.