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Bridgestone Winter Driving School in Colorado now open

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The Bridgestone Winter Driving School, the only purpose-built, terrain-based school of its kind in North America is now open for 2017/2018 season. The School has been teaching the proper techniques for driving in cold-weather, low-grip situations on its signature ice and snow-covered tracks in Steamboat Springs, Colorado since 1983.

“We are excited to announce that the Bridgestone Winter Driving School is now open for business seven days a week for the duration of the winter season. We feature a wide variety of programs for every driver from beginner to pro racer as well as our targeted custom programs such as trailering on ice and mission-specific training,” said Mark Cox, director of the Bridgestone Winter Driving School. “As the nation’s first and foremost winter driving school we are honored to carry on the tradition teaching divers to be competent and confident in the most challenging driving conditions imaginable. The skills mastered here make driving in any condition more manageable and safer.”

A broad range of 2018 model-year Toyota vehicles equipped with Bridgestone’s revolutionary Blizzak tires are standard equipment in the school’s safety and performance programs. Vehicles include the front-wheel-drive Camry XSE; the all-wheel-drive RAV4 Adventure; the part-time 4WD 4Runner TRD Off-Road Premium; and the front-mid engine, rear-wheel drive 86 (one with automatic and two with manual transmissions).

The Bridgestone Winter Driving School is scheduled to operate seven days a week through early March. A distinct range of safety and performance courses on a variety of levels are taught by driving professionals with years of experience in many facets of motorsports. Clients range from the young permit holder to the professional race driver. The Bridgestone Winter Driving School also offers off-site seminars and classroom training sessions. Staff driving professionals fluent in Spanish and Slovak are available by request. Hearing impaired and deaf clients can be accommodated with American Sign Language (ASL).

2017/2018 safety programs, intended for the everyday driver, feature the popular Second Gear full-day course, as well as the introductory First Gear half-day class. Both courses maximize hands-on driving time.

One and two-day 2017/2018 performance courses offer the highest level of driver training available and incorporate world rally racing techniques. The most advanced cornering, acceleration, and braking skills are developed to maximize balance and control in the most challenging conditions. Courses are designed for driving enthusiasts, law enforcement groups, military specialists, stunt drivers, automotive test engineers, and aspiring and current professional racers.

For more information visit www.winterdrive.com

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