Driving While Blind

Driving While Blind
Author : Bob Hazard
Publisher : Bob Hazard
Total Pages : 43
Release : 2020-03-06
ISBN 10 :
ISBN 13 :
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Driving While Blind Book Description:

Driving While Blind took me nearly 10 years to write, as I am not a writer by profession. I simply feel that the message needs to be available to our young drivers. I started this when two of my daughter's High School classmates were killed in a crash. That incident made me think that we, as adults and parents, need to do a better job of teaching our kids how to drive. Driving While Blind is a quick, easy and informative read that I tried to write with a bit of levity...based on my own personal experiences as a road warrior. I have driven somewhere near, or just over a million miles and I've done that completely crash free! I have also been in the automotive industry for most of my adult life, this has given me the opportunity to be trained by professional SCCA drivers on several occasions. What makes me qualified to write this book? Nothing...and everything. Hopefully, by writing this book, I will ultimately save lives....if I save just one, well then, I have been a complete success! Happy & Safe Motoring!


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