According to national figures, it would appear that the number of collisions between motorized vehicles and horse-drawn buggies is not changing significantly, but straighter, faster rural roads combined with a growth in Amish populations is causing concern amongst highway safety professionals.
Over the past twelve years, Advanced Drivers of North America has had the privilege of working in rural areas in most American states, training into the thousands of drivers at various agricultural and agro-chemical corporations — people who typically have been born and raised in such areas and who are very conversant indeed with country living and with nature.
Over the past 12 years, Advanced Drivers of North America has carried out driver safety training for various valued clients in the Pacific North West.
My own first visit to Washington was to carry out training for a client in the somewhat quieter south-eastern corner of the State: the “Tri-Cities” of Richland, Kennewick, and Pasco, to be precise.
Advanced Drivers of North America’s CEO & Chief Instructor, Eddie Wren, has an entirely unmatched resume within North American road safety and driver training circles, and it has just been updated.