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Driving Assessments

Driversity has done many driving assessments for different circumstances. Whether its for business, family or DMV pretest assessments... Driversity has the experience to get you the information and skills you need.
Driver Safety
Common Assessments
  • Business employee assessments to help reduce liability
  • Family assessments to get a professional opinion on a loved one's skill
  • Preliminary test assessments to make sure a student is ready for the road
  • Driving assessments after a lifestyle changing medical condition
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About Our Assessments

Business Assessments: Driversity has helped many business's conduct assessments on employee drivers. Employees are often the face of the business especially when driving marked vehicles. Driversity can help make sure your employees are conducting themselves in a safe and professional manner while on the road.

Vehicles are a liability to a business. At minimum, vehicle collisions can interfere with the business's daily function by reducing available fleet vehicles. If an employee is injured there could be a huge strain on the business's operation, workers compensation, vehicle insurance and potential civil liability.

Periodic driving assessments can help reduce liability. Some business insurance companies offer discounts for continuing education and assessments to employees.

Contact Driversity to see how we can help with your business.

Family Assessments: Driversity has conducted many assessments for families that may have a older driver. Sometimes it is hard for a family member to take advice, constructive criticism or warnings from loved ones.

Driversity can conduct a driving assessment on your family member to give you a neutral, professional point of view. It is not unusual to find older drivers have not updated their driving skills, knowledge of laws or rules of the road in 50 years.

Driversity can take the tension out of the family environment. Contact us and we can talk about your concerns and see how we can help.

DMV Preliminary Test Assessment: Minors are required to take 6 hours of behind-the-wheel driving lessons prior to getting their license. While adult drivers do not have that minimum requirement, just turning 18 does not make you a good driver.

Let's face it... Everybody knows there is DMV's way of driving and then the way everybody drives. We live in a diverse driving environment. In our experience many adults may be a proficient driver but lack some of the detail required to pass a DMV road test.

Driversity can conduct a preliminary test assessment to make sure a driver is up to speed and ready to pass their test at DMV.

  • We can incorporate classroom and driving into assessments if needed
  • Call or email to see what we can do for you

Eligibility Requirements

  • Must have a valid license or permit for driving lessons
  • DMV "Special Instruction Permits" accepted
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Sat-Sun: 11:00 am – 16:00 pm