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      06-06-2010, 02:40 AM   #23
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Nice i like the concept Great for reducing accidents. Atleast i hope.
When i was 19 i got my first BMW i drove it directly to the northsleife hehe. Idiot idea but hey i learned alot in the following years.
Now i only need to find a way to make more money.

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For those of you looking into something similar in the New England area...

http://www.skidschool.us/

I did skid school in 2004 and it was a blast. I learned so many things that attributed to making me the safe/confident driver I am today. I was never reckless before I took the course at 17 years old, but after I learned how to be much more mature and aware. The course I did was set up at the old Weymouth airport in Massachusetts. Great time. I highly recommend them!
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For those of you looking into something similar in the New England area...

http://www.skidschool.us/

I did skid school in 2004 and it was a blast. I learned so many things that attributed to making me the safe/confident driver I am today. I was never reckless before I took the course at 17 years old, but after I learned how to be much more mature and aware. The course I did was set up at the old Weymouth airport in Massachusetts. Great time. I highly recommend them!
If you trained in S. Weymouth in 2004 it was probably with Skidschool.org (the Massachusetts Auto Dealers Charitable Foundation's driving program). In Control offers that program at a bunch of MA locations now. www.DriveInControl.com
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