Here at Winsor’s Driving School we believe that the student should be learning every minute they are on our campus. This is why we keep the class sizes small to make sure eveyrone has ample time learning all the parts to pass the CDL Road Test. We believe there is no cookie-cutter approach to teaching. Everyone is different and deserves to be treated that way. We do not believe in grouping everyone together and forcing them to learn the same way. Our training method focuses on the student’s individual needs and is customized to his/her learning method. There are 3 basic learning methods – some people are visual learners; some read and learn; and some people are better hands-on learners. Our training method incorporates all 3 methods to produce the best results. We have instructional videos, hands on driving in our yard and on the road, simulator training and instructional learning from our certified instructors.
Truck Per Student Rule
If you want to learn how to drive a truck, the most important thing is to drive. Waiting for your turn in line and watching someone else drive is not a good method for learning. At our school, you get to drive – there is no waiting in line and there is no sharing of trucks. In order to learn, you must do it. With our training method, we provide you with an opportunity to repeat the actions over and over again until you are successful. Repetition is the mother of all learning.
Our school has invested a great amount of capital in state-of-the-art technology to improve the learning experience of our students. We have a full-size truck driving simulator built by the same company that specializes in aircraft simulators that pilots train on. Our students love our simulators because it builds up their confidence when we take them out on the real road. Our school can train you how to drive in the snow even on the hottest summer day. Our driving simulators give our students years of experience within a few days. When our students graduate from our program, they come out with an understanding on how to handle every situation that can occur in real life – such as bad weather and mountain driving. We even teach them on how to handle a blowout tire.