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Are you struggling to learn to drive? Were you in fear throughout most of your driver training? Do you think some of your fear while learning to drive was the fact that the instructor was scared? Do you find the entire driving experience uncomfortable? Have you struggled and failed multiple times because your nerves get to you? Do you find it hard to concentrate on the task of driving when your passengers are talking? Does talking while you drive cause extra anxiety? Are intersections scary when you drive or when you were learning to drive, so fear sets in and you quickly enter confusion? Have you developed a habit of being high-energy and nervous every time you drive? Is it time to learn to drive in your life because you’ve been putting it off long enough? Do you know what the biggest error Cooper sees the driver training industry make, that of forcing new drivers into complexity far too fast, promoting fear and overconfidence?

If any of these questions resonate with you, it’s time to consider a different approach to driving education, one that prioritizes understanding and calmness on the road. Enter COOPER, where we challenge traditional notions of driving instruction and empower individuals to become confident and safe drivers.


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