GE Capital I-Sim expands driver training network

GE Capital I-Sim, a Salt Lake City-based subsidiary of General Electric that specializes in simulated driver development training programs, has opened its latest driver development service center in Golden, CO. The new facility combines classroom instruction with driving simulators to help improve driving skills for truck drivers, police officers, and emergency vehicle operators, among others. I-Sim

GE Capital I-Sim, a Salt Lake City-based subsidiary of General Electric that specializes in simulated driver development training programs, has opened its latest driver development service center in Golden, CO.

The new facility combines classroom instruction with driving simulators to help improve driving skills for truck drivers, police officers, and emergency vehicle operators, among others. I-Sim said its training program focuses on real-life scenarios that train drivers how to avoid accidents without endangering life or property.

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