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Phil Sailer
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Any recommendations on a winter driving school in the Boston / New England area?
 

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I was hoping that you would get a useful reply to this, as my daughter will be old enough to begin driving this year. Alas, I see nothing but the usual array of basic driving schools. The only thing more advanced seems to be the BMWCCA-sponsored TireRack.com classes for teen drivers. For adults, there are BMWCCA courses geared toward performance driving, slanted toward activities like autocross, but they are all at race tracks and held only during warmer months.
 

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In the mid-Sixties, the era of public school on-the-road driver training, my parents bought me professional commercial driver training to supplement my father***8217;s rigid demands and the HS training. So commercial winter driving training used to be available in California, San Jose, anyway.
 

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Hello Phil,

You can check the Audiworld forum discussion here - https://www.audiworld.com/forums/new-england-discussion-39/can-anyone-recommend-any-winter-driving-schools-near-boston-2426169 - it's an old topic but still. As another option, try to find the driving schools list on https://drivingschoolnear.me and check the details/reviews. Usually, they indicate the type of driving and the whole program. My grandson chose Bridgestone Winter Driving School from that list, though it was far from home, but it was the only winter driving school in the local area. He's now planning to go to a truck driving school, but currently he's short of money, so perhaps a few months are needed to save up.

John Graham _sl_
 
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