Increase your revenue during slow periods.
$36,000 to $72,000 per location
Become a Managing Partner in the CODE-CCDE network of providers!
The CODE/CCDE programs provide a unique product extension for driving schools that boosts business and profitability, especially during slower months like school terms. As the number of older drivers continues to increase, so does the demand for driving evaluations. It’s a win-win product both for your organization and your client base.
If your school is like most other driving schools across America, you will occasionally get a call from an older driver or their family member asking if you can evaluate the older person’s driving skills. You may even get a few calls from someone who has suffered from a stroke and completed therapy to assess their driving skills on the road. The truth is that the older driver market segment is the fastest-growing segment in the United States. As our population grows and people live longer, they will want to drive as long as possible. Therefore, you can expect to make between $3,000 and $6,000 per month by evaluating 10-20 clients per month in a population of 250,000, which we think is a great extension to a 10 am to 4 pm M-F job. You will spend 1.5-2 hours with each client.
Your customers will come through referrals (see Referring Partners).
Our marketing plan is solid and brings clients to your door.
In 2017, Al Barber began looking for a new product extension for his Georgia-based, family-owned driving school. Barber’s Driving School has been around since 1964 and was founded by his parents. Al began to discover the opportunities in the older driver evaluation market and joined the Older Driver Task Force of the Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway Safety. The Task Force comprises many stakeholders interested in the older driver transportation problem, including occupational therapists/driver rehabilitation specialists, Georgia Department of Transportation officials, people who design our highways, neurologists, ophthalmologists, and other physicians. The task force is chaired by a member of the Georgia Department of Public Health, under the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, whose mission is to make our roadways safer for all users.
While attending meetings and hearing about all the challenges and issues, Al began working on real solutions to the problems by creating the CODE-CCDE programs: Certified Older Driving Evaluations for drivers 65 and older. After establishing partnerships with hospitals, they began referring their clients to him, many of whom were younger than 65. This was how CCDE, Certified Comprehensive Driving Evaluations for drivers under the age of 65, was born. Many of the CCDE’s clients are teenagers (see CODE-CCDE programs), and many of our clients may need a modified vehicle (see 3-Tier System). But Tier 1 clients do not require vehicle modifications, and this is where new Managing Partners start anyway. More than 80% of your clients will be Tier 1 referrals.
Finally, it took the development of a software application that allowed all partners to work together to produce a final driver evaluation report (see CODE-CCDE software). The entire program has been tested and proven. The CODE-CCDE program is now the market leader in Georgia and Alabama and is well on its way to becoming nationwide. Don’t miss this income opportunity—respond today to find out if our programs are right for your school.
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