Driver development center opens

GE Capital I-Sim has opened its first West Coast driver development service center in Anaheim, CA. The facility combines classroom instruction with new state-of-the-art driving simulators. The I-Sim program focuses on real-life scenarios that train drivers how to avoid accidents without endangering life or property. "We can train truck drivers to maneuver their 18-wheelers through hazardous road conditions,

GE Capital I-Sim has opened its first West Coast driver development service center in Anaheim, CA. The facility combines classroom instruction with new state-of-the-art driving simulators.

The I-Sim program focuses on real-life scenarios that train drivers how to avoid accidents without endangering life or property.

"We can train truck drivers to maneuver their 18-wheelers through hazardous road conditions, or emergency vehicles to reach a disaster scene quickly and safely," says Mark Stulga, CEO of GE Capital I-Sim. "Our program lets drivers take classroom learning straight to a life-like simulator. I-Sim technology allows instructors to correct virtual mistakes before they become reality."

In addition to the Anaheim training center, Stulga says GE Capital I-Sim plans to open centers in Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Philadelphia and Salt Lake City.

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