Road to safe driving takes a digital turn

March 1, 2002
GE Capital I-Sim has opened its Driver Development Service Center in Golden CO. This new facility combines classroom instruction with new driving simulators.

GE Capital I-Sim has opened its Driver Development Service Center in Golden CO. This new facility combines classroom instruction with new driving simulators.

The I-Sim program focuses on real-life scenarios that train drivers how to avoid accidents without endangering life or property. I-Sim's three part training approach — classroom instruction, computer-based training with driver skills evaluation, and hands-on simulation time — provides drivers at any level with a training development program.

The Golden facility will have the new Mark II simulator, a full-size, operational truck cab in a three-dimensional cinema.

GE Capital I-Sim plans to open new Driver Development Service Centers in Anaheim CA, Chicago IL, Dallas TX, Philadelphia PA, and Salt Lake City UT.

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