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Does your teenager have ADHD? Did you know that teens with ADHD are 400% more likely to be involved in a collision than typical teens? DrivingMBA has refined our training to provide the necessary supports and tools for students with challenges such as ADHD. http://ow.ly/OvRa2
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DrivingMBA is looking for someone with accounting experience. The tasks require approximately 2 hours per week and approximately 2-3 hours to do the monthly. The individual would be responsible for:

> Recording expense allocations from Parent company to Operating company
> Add/remove fixed assets as needed & run depreciation, using Fixed Asset
software.
> Record standard monthly JE’s
> Review Notes Payable & Deferred Interest balances to make sure they agree with amortization schedules.
>Run A/R & A/P Trial Balances to ensure that they equal the G/L.
>Review Balance Sheet and Income Statements for accuracy.
>Export Peachtree Financial Statements into Excel and copy/paste into Pivot Table data.
>Prepare Cash Flow Statements
>Review A/R aging & write-off any uncollectible or cancelled programs (done at end of each year)

If anyone is interested in making some extra money, please contact Laura Sobczak at 480-948-1648.
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Firefighter saves his own family in Texas. http://ow.ly/O9SdE
A Texas firefighter responded to a call for a head-on collision near Riverside, Texas and found his wife and young son injured.
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Jordan Hibbs, President of the Red Means Stop Traffic Safety Alliance talks about scholarships that are now available on Sonoran Living. Go to www.redmeansstop.org and click on scholarship to request an application. http://ow.ly/NjOWU
Red Means Stop Traffic Safety Alliance: 602)291-4114, www.redmeansstop.org
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DrivingMBA was featured in the Arizona Business Gazette and the Arizona Republic today! http://ow.ly/i/aiM3k http://ow.ly/i/aiM3q
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DrivingMBA is looking for individuals seeking part-time work as a driving instructor. http://ow.ly/KUkAN

DrivingMBA is also looking for an Administrative Assistant. http://ow.ly/KUkEm

If you know of anyone looking for work with an OUTSTANDING Company that makes a difference in young people's lives, please give us a call at 480-948-1648.
Do you have a passion for mentoring, reaching and teaching people? Want to be a part of fulfilling a milestone in a person's life? Do you have the ability to make learning fun and enjoyable as an...
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The United States used to be the #1 safest country to drive in, now we are the 11th. Take a look at these statistics and ask yourself - is it worth it? http://ow.ly/OmIDf
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Memorial Day marks the beginning of summer and the deadliest time for teenagers. Parents talk to your teenagers about being safe drivers AND safe passengers. http://ow.ly/NoJJ1
Here's a sobering statistic: Memorial Day signals the beginning of a period commonly known as the 100 deadliest days for teen drivers.
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DrivingMBA featured in the AZ Republic. http://ow.ly/Lz7Fn
Rash of teen vehicle crashes leads to new business
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DrivingMBA is quoted in an article featured in Newsweek http://ow.ly/Lj3z1
For most parents, a car for their children means both freedom and fear. But a kid and four wheels can make for a deadly combination.
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April - Distracted Driving Awareness Month - Calli Ann Murray was only 2 years old when she was hit by a distracted driver and killed while crossing the street with her mother. Her mother was also critically injured. The driver was texting when she struck the pair in the crosswalk. Honor the life of this bright baby girl and all those killed or injured by distracted driving by making a commitment to drive without distractions. http://ow.ly/Lg1Ak
On December 1, 2010, 2-year-old Calli Ann Murray and her mother Ling were walking home from a park just blocks from their home. As they crossed the street in a crosswalk, holding hands, a young driver who was 18-year-old freshman volleyball player at Sonoma State University was texting on her ...
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New study released today indicating that distracted driving is the cause of far more car crashes involving teens than originally thought. Fox Channel 10 came to DrivingMBA for a demonstration on our of just how dangerous it is to text and drive. http://ow.ly/KOw6o

CBS nightly news also featured the story today. http://ow.ly/KOwdf
Distractions - especially talking with passengers and using cellphones - play a far greater role in car crashes involving teen drivers than has been previously understood, according to compelling n...
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9089 E Bahia Dr Scottsdale, AZ 85260
9089 East Bahia DriveUSArizonaScottsdale85260
(480) 948-1648drivingmba.com
Driving SchoolToday 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 7:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 7:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 7:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 7:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 7:00 pmSaturday ClosedSunday Closed

DrivingMBA is an Arizona based Driver Training and Education provider with locations in Scottsdale and Chandler. DrivingMBA’s driver training programs are designed to reduce the risk and magnitude of death, injury and property damage caused by teenage drivers.


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"My teen is a safe driver, I feel comfortable with them driving."
"They have a great staff, awesome instructors, and a great facility."
"...offer constructive corrections that are effective for young teens."
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Robin Rudin
9 months ago
This is our second child going through this thorough program. The simulators and defensive driving experiences offer real life situations which are invaluable to new drivers. The instructors are professional and offer constructive corrections that are effective for young teens. Driving MBA makes consistent reminder calls and reaches out if classes open up sooner. In addition, before the student can schedule a new drive they must accomplish 20 hours of driving for a total of 60 hours of driving. Double what the MVA requires.
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Tammy Janssen
2 years ago
I sent my son here after trying to teach my first three children on our own. I thought it was a thorough program. Alittle expensive however, for the same program we used to get for free in the schools. If it were a bit cheaper more people might be able to take advantage of it. I think the program itself was great and the staff was professional throughout.
A Google User
6 years ago
We have had exposure to many driving schools and have never experienced the level of concern for the young driver that Briving MBA exhibits from the first class to the last. Most companies are just focused on getting that young driver thru the process and licensed. This company takes the high road even to the point of vehicle safety by partnering with local repair shops to show the proper procedures to change a flat, check air pressure, check tire safety, check the oil and how to find an honest mechanic. Their desires to make the streets for our young drivers safer is impressive.
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A Google User
4 years ago
I had a question for the service regarding scheduling an appointment and the requirements needed. The customer service was very rude, I was literally being yelled at on the phone. It was not handled in a professional manner. Sad to say, it was the manager Judy that yelled at me. Very rude and disrespectful, I will definitely not go through this service,
Laurie Little
2 years ago
I found this to be an exceptional experience for my teen. It is truly a shame a course such as this is not REQUIRED in order to obtain a license in AZ. The knowledge my teen received is something I could not relay to them. After driving for 23 years we become very complacent. TOO comfortable believing we can handle anything when we are behind the wheel. Things become very robotic inside the car when you have been a driver so long. I wanted my teen to learn to drive from a source that could give them the knowledge I myself have long since ignored. Be honest with yourselves. Is there such a thing as a rolling stop? Yellow doesn't mean speed up! Who said we could drive 10 miles over the speed limit? The cost of this program is so minimal compared to the tragedies that occur on our roadways everyday. Their safety is more important to me. My teen is a safe driver, I feel comfortable with them driving. Even though the course has ended the learning will never stop! I will continue to work with them, and make sure the knowledge they have learned sticks. I have learned alot on this year long journey with my new driver. I wish more people could find a way to give this opportunity to their new drivers. So much more information then I could ever give, and a walk up call to myself as well. I can't thank MBA enough for their dedication in teaching our youth! Much appreciation
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Taylor Shae
2 years ago
I will feel more confident on the road, thanks to Driving MBA.
A Google User
5 years ago
I graduated from DrivingMBA and I felt that I gained much more experience during their courses then I could in over 5 years of driving by myself. They have a great staff, awesome instructors, and a great facility. I highly recommend DrivingMBA to anyone
A Google User
3 years ago
Very comprehensive course. Highly recommend.