C’Mon Man!December 1, 2010 | in The Daily Drive
DefensiveDriving.com has invested a great deal into making its ticket dismissal and point reduction programs the best experience for people in a situation most do not like to be in to begin with.
DefensiveDriving.com delivers a high quality online driver safety learning experience, so ultimately, our customer walks away educated and more importantly, a safer driver.
We take seriously what we do and why we do it when it comes to our online driver safety programs.
Which is why I find it concerning and somewhat humorous, the lengths others will go in an attempt to legitimize their program(s). If they cannot flat out use our name, DefensiveDriving.com in some way, shape or form, then they creatively try to “borrow” the best we have to offer. C’Mon man…
DefensiveDriving.com is proud to have our staff, our company and our course based in Texas. We offer online driver safety programs throughout the country and we have a Florida Traffic School Course, but our home is in Texas. As such, we really do have Texas based service and support, unlike our competitors who would have you believe they do, but then resort to this to market their courses…
Click here or go to articles.fun4india.in/2010/11/24/defensive-driving-courses-in-texas-a-credible-and-reliable-training-source/
I mean, C’mon Man, as they say in sports, if the web site is on ARTICLES.FUN4INDIA.IN – and it is talking about “credible and reliable training sources in Texas” is this not a tad bit lacking in credibility, an Indian website, written by a third party to market a site, what do you think happens when someone takes the course… it’s not a stretch to think the customer service and the course itself, might be, well, not in Texas!
So next time you get a ticket, go here – where you will support the local economy and the local economy will support you. Articles fun for India, really? C’mon man.
For the best defensive driving courses in Texas, DefensiveDriving.com, the first and the original online driver safety course.
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