News Tagged With: driver-simulator
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August 11, 2011

FAAC conference for driving simulator users coming to Calif.

Event taking place aboard the historic Queen Mary in Long Beach. Will feature the first-ever certification course for driving simulator instructors.


January 18, 2011

Simulator is invaluable tool for Va.'s Blacksburg Transit

The customizable simulator creates lifelike situations to help drivers get experience they normally wouldn't have. For instance, drivers trained in the summer time can still get experience driving in snow and ice.


January 13, 2011

Martz Group begins simulator training for coach drivers

The mobile classroom will rotate between all Martz locations (Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and Florida) and provide newly hired and current drivers state-of-the-art training in situations such a tire blowouts, black ice, high winds, and much more that would be impossible to recreate on the highway.


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