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Chukwuemeka C. - Riverside, California
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Pragya N. - Santa Clara, California
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Christopher S. - San Mateo, California
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Charmaine H. - San Luis Obispo, California
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William L. - San Bernardino, California
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Juan C. - San Diego, California
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Eduardo R. - Santa Barbara, California
"I Don't have no "BAD Comments for this course. I want to thank for making it easy and understandable, I Sure learned new laws rules to make me a better/safely driver. Thank You "
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Reginald A. - San Diego, California
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Grayson P. - San Francisco, California
"would be a good idea to show the phone number on the text material so i could have called"
John T. - Marin, California
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Rudy P. - Los Angeles, California
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Timothy Z. - San Bernardino, California
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Taylor R. - San Diego, California
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Please submit my completion & certificate to the CA San Francisco court & DMV electronically ASAP. The due date is "9/26/16". Please submit today or tomorrow to ensure it goes through before due date."
Angelina Y. - San Francisco, California
"Thank you...really good...like it...good job..."
Adriana G. - Los Angeles, California
"nice and easy"
Kao H. - Butte, California
"Thanks for making it so easy I loved it!!! Keep it up!!!"
Andrew G. - Kern, California
"I used on line chat-Shanna was very helpful"
Katie R. - San Diego, California
"In PART VI: DEFENSIVE DRIVING, Section 2: Avoiding Problems on the Road, Stopping Distances, Braking distance, there is a statement "For cars, if we use the CVC 26454 requirement that passenger vehicles be able to stop from a speed of 20 miles per hour in 25 feet, we can compute that at 55 miles per hour, it would take the same vehicle about 70 feet to stop." For a given gravitational acceleration g and a given coefficient of friction mu somewhere between 0 and the maximum coefficient of static friction mu_s, (initial speed)^2=2*mu*g*d_s where d_b is the braking distance. How do you reconcile the fact that 55^2/70 differs substantially from 20^2/25? "
Suguru A. - San Francisco, California
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Joey G. - Sacramento, California
"Great stuff guys!! I liked it a lot! It made my learning from my mistake of speeding very easy!"
Timothy W. - Riverside, California
"im glad i did this online on my time instead taking a day course."
David S. - Los Angeles, California
"A very well structural test "
Leo G. - Sacramento, California
"I like this school very much. It's so helpful, not only for learning the rules, but also for knowing the possible situations, and some in very details which had confused me, all these certainly will help me for the later driving in my life. I appreciate the school wonderful works very much."
Qianxing L. - Ventura, California
"Excellent and very clear. "
Eric F. - Los Angeles, California
"Thank you, it's fast and easy it can be done in one day...."
Manuel P. - San Joaquin, California
"Thank you "
Cesilia F. - Sacramento, California
"due to technical difficulties i had a difficult time completing this online course. I had to put it off 24hrs until you guys fixed the computer problem for me to take care of the final exam portion. i would have liked to complete it in one day. but overall the course wasn't too bad. "
Xay M. - Sacramento, California