Comedy Driving Updates Their Curriculum for 2013

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Comedy Driving’s traffic school in Houston, Texas strives to break out of the norm by constantly updating its course materials. 2012 was no exception, many updates came out for Comedy Driving including: increases in platform accessibility and new videos for the classroom course.

The defensive driving industry is often dreaded because of its outdated videos and class materials. To maintain great standards, high internet demands and to maintain great student reviews, Comedy Driving offers its course online at and in the classroom with 5 greater Houston areas. The online class was recently updated to support mobile devices and html5. “The format is great for users that are on the go. There is no need to download any programs. All students do is “click” the mobile device tab, log in and use the course,” says Jose, a Comedy Driving employee.

To ensure its website works and looks great the multimedia web developers have also rearranged and updated some great features on the websites. For example, the website now has maps and directions from major areas in Houston to help those that are not familiar with the area locations. Users can now also take advantage of the “FAQ” feature added. Those that visit the website can simply type their question and get instant answers that relate to their question.

The year 2011 was a great year for Comedy Driving. They became the second largest defensive driving school in Texas and with their great success they added more and better animation to their course. They are also currently working on more updates. Comedy Driving is also happy to report that 2012 was also one of their best years yet.

In 2012 Comedy Driving began teaching Spanish courses and has now hired on an instructor to teach the course once a month. The Spanish course started off at a slow pace, but it has picked up steam. The classrooms are now getting a lot more students and referrals from those that attend. The 2013 Spanish revisions and curriculum have already been submitted to the state for TEA approval as well.

As part of updating their curriculum the defensive driving company is soon to have their instructor training in February. The instructor training helps to renew licenses for those who teach for Comedy Driving and for other local defensive driving companies. Later this year the instructors follow up and meet to improve the actual class curriculum. In all, 2013 has started great for the small company which continues to move forward with great long strides.

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Jeffrey Bitner
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