Fresh Green Light expands into Fairfield County

FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. – Fresh Green Light, a driver’s education company, is expanding into Fairfield County. Founded by husband and wife Steve Mochel and Laura Shuler in 2008, the company works to reinvent how students learn to drive.

Named after a driving term, it refers to the moment a traffic light turns green, which is commonly known as the most dangerous point of driving at an intersection. This is the company’s seventh location, with four already in Connecticut, one in New York and one in Chicago.

The cost of the Teen Driver Training Program is $749, which includes 30 hours of classroom instruction and eight hours of in-car instruction.

Source: CT Post

 

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