Young at the age of 5, my dad taught me how to drive his manual Chevy S10, by age 6 by my dad's request I drove his truck down the road to pick him up from the other side of a field he worked at.
A hop, skip, and a jump away at age 11 I was flying down the freeway in his lap, and by age 15 the time came to enter drivers ed and obtain a drivers license. At least for the sake of driving legally.
Fast forward to the exciting age of 22, of all places I taught myself how to ride a motorcycle in Los Angeles, CA. By far one of the most infamous cities where a pinch of road rage is served with every Starbucks.
A year later after a career shift, I re-entered drivers education to drive 72' long tractor trailers. I went to two different driving schools, got training on two different types of equipment, and now I drive nation wide for Swift Transportation. To which starting January 2012 I will be a mentor for new student drivers in the trucking industry.
While I am not a licensed instructor, whatever your age, or level of driving skills, I am very much able and willing to advise and mentor you through any questions to find solutions and be the safest, most effective driver you can be.
To be sure you can reach me, please email me at Remrie@Gmail.com
My support is advisory help only, from the perspective of an experienced individual who is willing, and able to share information for educational purposes. This is all free of charge, my reward is keeping you safe, helping you achieve your goals, and improving myself as a mentor.