“It’s interesting to see how so many online driving programs leave out the essentials of safety in their courses, in congruence to the evolution of technology, thus leaving students unaware of new danger and without proper training..."
San Diego, California (PRWEB) May 27, 2016
Recently, Fast Drivers Ed Online was featured on Fox Channel 14 news, and over 200 other major news outlets, for the release of their hard-waited, “new spin on California driver's ed”. You can see the entire story as it has folded out here.
In a private interview with one of the owners of Fast Drivers Ed Online, we were able to receive a statement on what their plans are for the future and why the changes to their program are so important to the public.
“We’ve been planning to release a video series in our online driver’s ed program for quite some time. Today, we are proud to announce we have done so and will continue to bring students a more interactive way of learning that is better suited to the millennial generation, with the expansion of new technologies,” claims Osterkamp, one of the co-founders of Fast Drivers Ed Online.
Osterkamp speaks further on how current online driver education programs lack engaging material that properly equips young students with proper training; as a result this has led to an increased rate of car accidents currently, when comparing to prior years (as a result of new distracting technologies such as the smartphone).
“It’s interesting to see how so many online driving programs leave out the essentials of safety in their courses, in congruence to the evolution of technology, thus leaving students unaware of new danger and without proper training when they do obtain their driver’s license. Every student is only one text away from an accident,” further explains Osterkamp.
Students, and parents of students who are required to obtain their California driver’s ed may currently sign up for online drivers ed courses and online traffic school courses by visiting Fast Drivers Ed Online, the official website can be found here:
http://www.fastdriversed.com to receive services at discounted rates.
With plans to expand into Texas and Florida with these new platforms, Fast Drivers Ed Online is planning to revolutionize the ‘online driver’s education’ industry and is sure to have continued press exposure as they bring new changes to improve current driving programs and create an impact on local communities by doing so.
To learn more about what Fast Drivers Ed Online is doing to provide new standards for online driving courses in California, Texas, and Florida; you may visit their website and blog: