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Adult Driving

This course is designed for adults of any age. Whether you need a driving permit or already have one and just need to get familiar with the rules and regulations of the road. We can walk you through the entire process from learning to drive and get a license. We arrange for a qualified and experienced driving instructor to pick you up and take you home.

There are no set numbers of lessons in this course - every individual is different. The instructor will evaluate you on the first lesson and tell you how many lessons they believe you will need. Someone who has never driven before will take at least 8-12 hours to get ready for the driving test. The student will take as many or as few lessons as needed to pass the driving test and become a safe driver. There is no obligation to take any number of lessons. The instructor will take you for the driving test on the last lesson.

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Corporate Driving

Corporate Driver is not a Defensive Driving class. While it covers the Defensive Driving curriculum, it does not award a certificate and will not result in a discount on car insurance.

Corporate Driver offers practical strategies to reduce collision-related injuries, fatalities, and costs. It addresses the importance of attitude in preventing motor vehicle collisions, and reinforces the good driving skills students already have. Most importantly, it shows students the consequences of the choices they make behind the wheel, and puts defensive driving in a personal context. Corporate Drive is designed to give drivers practical knowledge and techniques to avoid collisions and violations, and to choose safe, responsible, and lawful driving behaviors.

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Forklift Training

In December 1999, OSHA updated training requirements regarding forklifts. All powered hand truck and forklift operators need to be certified every two years.

Who Needs Training?

Every employee who operates a powered hand truck or forklift truck.

Topics Include:

Pre-trip Inspection

Operating Procedures

Basic lift Truck Principles

Pedestrian Safety

Safe Fueling Procedures

The course format is the first 1/2 of the day is classroom instruction followed by a written test. The second day of the course is an individual hands-on driving evaluation at your facility.

Each participant will receive course materials and a certificate of completion.