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Pheonix driving school comes with guarantee

Posted by lapearce on June 2, 2009

What teen wouldn’t want to spend a day sliding around a closed course in a Pontiac Solstice? If this is your dream, and you live in the Pheonix area, go ask your parents to sign you up for the Bob Bondurate School, DrivingMBA.  Tell them it could save your life, complies with all DMV requirements, and comes with quite the guarantee.

The Bondurate School, which is known for their schools for adult drivers, has created an incredibly comprehensive program that will take teen drivers through the DMV education/in-car process and far beyond: with  driving simulators, maintenance education and a day on the Bondurate School’s own private race course in  the Gila River Indian Community.

“We are committed to providing teens with a safe-driving skill set that will help them perform at optimum levels throughout a lifetime of driving,” said CEO Bob Bondurant. “Our professional instructors teach slalom, skid control, cornering techniques, precision maneuvers and accident avoidance as part of this unique, hands-on training program.”

Bondurant believes in his program so much that he teamed up with Elite Driver Training Program and its Elite Package Assurance to offer a guarantee: crash within the first year, and the school will pay up to $500 toward your insurance deductible. 

This program is the most comprehensive I have seen. Typically schools either do in car, in class, or suplemental education, but the Bondurant school does it all. If you are in the Pheonix area with a teenager, I strongly suggest you look into DrivingMBA for your child’s driver’s education. They’ll get what they need to get their license, learn more than you could ever imagine, and get to have fun at the same time.

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