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Ohio Now Permits Online Driver Education, Stisim Drive Asserts Driving Simulation Also Makes a Cost-Effective and Convenient Training Help

March 10, 2014

Online driving courses now allowed in Ohio, said a report. In response, Stisim Drive recommended driving simulation training to go with them for a more effective yet convenient driving education system.

Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) March 10, 2014

In Ohio, online driving courses are now permitted. A report from cleveland.com said that three out-of-state companies were already allowed to provide classes in the region via the internet. In response to it, Stisim Drive advised the use of driving simulation systems to the public stating that they make a very cost-effective tool and help for the training of new drivers.

However, the report, which was posted on March 07, 2014, stated that the online courses only satisfy the state's classroom instruction requirement. It relayed that before aspiring drivers could get their license, they would still have to take eight hours of behind-the-wheel training with an instructor. In addition, it shared that they would also have to complete at least 50 hours driving with a parent or guardian.

Based on the report, the availability of online driving courses in Ohio drew mixed reactions. And as it relayed, that was because while it offers students convenience and the chance to learn at their own pace, others think that letting them teach themselves isn't a good system.

Below is an excerpt from the said report.

“Ohio teens can now sign up for online driver education, but traditional driving school operators warn parents the courses might not save them money.

The Ohio Department of Public Safety gave the green light to three out-of-state companies to run online programs that satisfy the classroom instruction portion and is reviewing applications from 11 more companies, including two already operating in Ohio.”

According to Stisim Drive, online courses surely make it easier to learn how to drive. But those classes alone are not enough for a driver to be competent, it commented. It said that training is needed for a person to be truly skilled behind-the-wheel. However, besides the training with real vehicles, it also recommended the practice with driving simulators.

As the company said, driving simulators particularly provide a safe and cost-effective way to improve a driver's on-the-road skills and decision making. And as it cited that's because it eliminates the risks of vehicular accidents while practicing. Moreover, it said that it cuts vehicle expenses while on training.

Nonetheless, of all the driving simulation systems, Stisim Drive asserted its products are the best. It cited that they were developed for more than 25 years and were perfected to output reliable results that could be used not just in driving training but also in research and rehabilitation.

Additionally, it cited that its Stisim Drive software is fully loaded with road scenes that student drivers might encounter for real. Those, it said, could help them broaden their knowledge in driving. It said that it is programmable as well, hence, it could meet anyone's need from a driving simulator system.

To learn more about the company and its products, it invites everyone to visit its website at stisimdrive.com.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/driving-simulation-system/03-07-14/prweb11652053.htm


Source: prweb



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