For the last six months, my average client age was 37-years-young.

(a wide variety of clients work with us, but recently there is a similar type of experience showing up at our door – car door individuals who have experienced uncomfortable things while attempting to learn to drive)

To date, over the last year, my average client age was 29.

This last year my youngest client was 17 and my oldest was 94.

A big change over my first decade of teaching, with an average age of 17 years old with both in-car work and classroom work.

My second decade was corporate driver training: research, governments, municipalities and corporations.




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