SAN DIEGO--(Quest Driving Safety replaces the guessing with real time information. Quest is a brand new San Diego-based undercover driving evaluation service run by veteran law enforcement officers.)--Ever wonder how your teenager is driving? Your elderly parents? Your employees?
“Driving is the most dangerous thing parents allow their children to do”
Steve Lykins, executive director of Mothers Against Drunk Driving San Diego, said: "Quest Driving Safety is a real world evaluation program conducted by law enforcement professionals. It doesn't get any better than that. Their program is the perfect tool to identify bad driving before collisions happen. As Mothers Against Drunk Driving is committed to eliminating impaired drivers from the highways and preventing underage drinking, so too is Quest Driving Safety committed to providing a real world driving evaluation program of the highest quality which will clearly result in lives saved."
Quest’s driving evaluators are off-duty law enforcement officers and honorably retired law enforcement personnel with traffic enforcement and accident investigation experience. For $99.00, clients receive a written evaluation detailing how safe their teenager, elderly parent and/or employee is behind the wheel.
Gary Lawrence, a detective with the San Diego Police Department, and Phillip Hubbs, a retired detective with SDPD, are launching Quest Driving Safety today in 285 cities across the country. The two have 59 years of combined law enforcement experience.
"Driving is the most dangerous thing parents allow their children to do,” Lawrence said. “Quest gives parents a tool they can use to help keep their teenagers and other drivers safe, and we provide the same valuable information to children of elderly drivers and employers. We want our clients to let their teen or employee drivers know we will be conducting periodic checks. That notice alone will result in a safer driver.”
Hubbs said: "Parents want solutions when dealing with the kids once they start driving. We’re able to alert parents to potential problems so they can get it corrected before it’s too late. Unfortunately, most high school age kids believe they are invincible and don't understand the devastating consequences bad driving can lead to and how their parents can be held responsible – civilly and criminally – for their actions.”
For more information, or to order an evaluation, go to: www.questdrivingsafety.com