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Association Members & Industry Colleagues:

I am happy to be able to share the Driving School Association of California Continuing Education Seminar & Board Meeting dates for 2015. Please take a moment to review and reserve space in your calendar to attend.

Orange County / Los Angeles:
Seminar – Friday February 20, 2015
Board Meeting – Saturday February 21, 2015

Bay Area:
Seminar – Friday May 15, 2015
Board Meeting – Saturday May 16, 2015

San Diego Area:
Seminar – Friday October 16, 2015
Board Meeting – Saturday October 17, 2015

Please note that all seminars for next year will be held on a Friday.

We are hopeful that this change will allow us to bring back guest speakers from the Department of Motor Vehicles along with other state and federal agencies that have been reluctant to join on Sundays. We are also hopeful that this change will allow us to secure good locations that do conflict with Sunday religious services. And finally, we are hopeful that Friday seminars will work better for you, our members and guests as we will no longer be conflicting with your busy, busy school year weekends.

Specific seminar locations and online registration will be made available as soon as they are confirmed. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding the upcoming 2015 seminars please feel free to email me directly.

Have a safe and productive week,

Josh Mayes
DSAC President
10/28/2014 11:34 AM

Marks Driving School makes History

First Chrysler 200C to be used for teaching in the Driving School industry in California and possibly in the USA. She Declares.


Love my Chrysler 200C.  Henry my student (in car) says it’s comfortable and he likes all the high tech. As for me, I’m still learning.  I set the temp with a voice command the other day, but when I asked it to find a man, it said, sorry can’t help.  So what good is all the high tech?

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