Author Archives: Jamie Izaks

SWERVE Kicks Off Nationwide Expansion Plan

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SWERVE Driving School is known for inspiring, educating, engaging and motivating drivers to perform their best behind the wheel.

Now, SWERVE is taking its mission to the streets – specifically, to new markets nationwide. The brand recently announced an initiative to expand its footprint from Northern California to Southern Texas.

“We’re thrilled to be expanding into new states with SWERVE Driving Schools, ” said Joe Giammona, CEO of SWERVE. “Each of the markets in these states have been hand selected by our team of experts as prime areas to bring our services into. Now we’re just looking for the right people to embrace business ownership and make SWERVE their own.”

Complete with thorough training, site selection support and marketing programs, the SWERVE Driving Schools’ franchise business models have been cultivated to attract individuals or teams with an ambition to succeed, strong values and solid community connections.

To learn more about SWERVE Driving Schools’ franchise opportunities, visit http://goswerve.com/contact-us/franchise-opportunities/.

Keep Kids Safe this Halloween

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Halloween is scary for more than one reason – namely, that twice as many child pedestrians are killed on Oct. 31 than any other day of the year.

In an effort to keep trick-or-treaters safe, SWERVE Driving School, which provides defensive driving courses and drivers education, has compiled a list of safe driving tips for Halloween:

  • The days are getting shorter, it’s getting dark earlier and children and adults alike will be wearing dark costumes and clothes. People will be out and about, and all drivers should practice defensive driving when behind the wheel, driving very slowly in residential areas, observing traffic laws, school zones and speed limits and taking special care to look both ways before turning.
  • Always use turn signals, even if you’re close to home or just driving down the block. Pedestrians can be difficult to see in costumes and masks.
  • Decorations can be distracting for drivers – keep your eyes peeled for unexpected objects such as pumpkins in the road and flashing lights and signs.
  • Check your city’s posted times for trick-or-treating, and avoid driving during these times if possible.

For more information on these and other driving tips, or to sign up for teen or adult driving classes through SWERVE in your area, click here.