Soldiers have them, law enforcement officers have them, doomsday preppers have too many of them: The often overpacked and underutilized vehicle go bag. A typical vehicle go bag may consist of maps, ammunition, and food rations. Unless you’re anticipating a zombie apocalypse, you won’t need these types of items, but this doesn’t excuse you from the experience of setting up your own go bag.Read More
Robert Dillman was featured in an article by SpareFoot Blog.
Moving cross country can be an exciting adventure for you and your household, and it can be even more fun with your four-legged co-pilot at your side—that is if you know what you are doing.Read More
'Sliders' are a particularly brazen type of thief that victimize gas station patrons refueling their car. With it being a crime of opportunity, here are a few tips to assist in keeping you safe.Read More
With spring break being just around the corner, many of my clients are asking the same question: Can I drive barefoot?Read More
Robert Dillman was featured in this article by NFIB.
If you’re looking to improve your leadership skills, who better to learn from than two decorated former Navy Seal officers? That’s what you’ll get with Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win, written by Leif Babin and Jocko Willink.Read More
New York ranks as the third safest state in the nation for drivers, according to a study released this month. Only Massachusetts and Rhode Island receive higher grades in an analysis of federal data from the Safewise, a home security company that studies a variety of public safety issues.Read More
Robert Dillman was featured in this article by Connecticut by the Numbers.
Connecticut is the eighth safest state in the nation for drivers, according to a new analysis of driving safety across the country. The report was derived from analyzing fatality data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and correlating the data with speeding, distracted driving, and drunk driving statistics.Read More
Robert Dillman was featured in this article by NBC News.
Taking a road trip with Grandma soon? You may want to let her drive. Chances are, she's got sharper smart road smarts than you and your fancy young brain!
A new report by CheapCarInsurance.net shows that boomers aged 60 to 69 were the most likely to pass its written driving exam, with 55 percent of the age group passing the test the company sent out.Read More
Robert Dillman of the Dillman Driving School was featured in this segment by Fox 5 News, Atlanta.
If you've ever watched a car chase in an action movie and thought, "I want to do that!" -- we've got some good news. The biggest name in Hollywood stunt driving is bringing his stunt driving school right here to Atlanta.Read More
New drivers in Florida aren't required to know how to parallel park. Why?
If you ask Robert Dillman, the owner of Dillman Driving School, the answer is no. He said he wishes parallel parking was still on the state exam.