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Local New Jersey Driving School Shift Above 2 is Giving Away as Many $15 Gift Certificate Vouchers as Possible from Now thru Valentine's Day 2020


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We created a gift you can give to yourself and somebody else. 

The $15 Gift Certificate Voucher can be used towards any of our Educational Driving Programs: 


  • 6-hr GDL & Novice Drivers Program
  • Road Test Prep Pro
  • International Driver Program
  • Night Driving
  • Driving Refresher Program
  • Au Pair Driving Program
  • Senior Drivers Program
  • Advanced Parking or Highway Programs. 


All you have to do is freely print the below Gift Certificate by clicking on the image then print and keep it for yourself or gift the certificate to somebody else.  Feel free to save TREES and take a screenshot to share it on social media or email it to others, just be sure to mention the gift certificate when calling to schedule your driving lesson.  

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Our Service Area Include:
Essex County: Belleville, Bloomfield, Caldwell, Cedar Grove, East Orange, Essex Fells, Fairfield, Glen Ridge, Livingston, Maplewood, Millburn, Montclair, North Caldwell, Nutley, Orange, Roseland, Short Hills, South Orange, Upper Montclair, Verona, West Caldwell, West Orange Passaic County: Clifton, Little Falls, Singac, Totowa, Woodland Park, Wayne, Morris County, Chatham, East Hanover, Florham Park, Hanover, Madison, Montville, Parsippany, Whippany Union County: Berkeley Heights, New Providence, Springfield, Summit.




TERMS: This Gift Certificate Voucher can be used towards any regular priced program offered at Shift Above 2 Driving School.  You must live within our service area or be willing to travel to Roseland New Jersey for Driving Lessons. Can not be combined with any other offer, promotion or discounted pricing.  Can not be used to pay for driver assessments or evaluations services.  Expires 05/03/2020. Is not legal tender holds no cash value, can’t be exchanged for cash. One $15 Gift Certificate per customer.  


My name is María Alejandra, I’m from Cali, Colombia. I came to New Jersey as an Au Pair. I have been driving for 5 months manual and automatic vehicles in my home country and here in the United States. I have some concerns about driving in the US, for example, one of my chores is to transport my host kid frequently and with safety. Then, I was worried about a lot of differences between drive laws and street signs system between both countries. And the last one, pass both text and road test, to get my drivers license. My concern with my driving is my nervous about doing something wrong or don’t know enough to be able to drive in different contexts. My host mom and I found Mike’s contact when we were looking for driving lessons for Au Pairs, which mean a lot of differences between us, like a new country, vehicle, laws, roads, language, etc, and a native person learning how to drive. The lessons are easy to understand and in case you can’t understand something, Mike has the right pedagogy and tools to explain to you until you can understand. He was so patient and supportive, he knows the difference in the process of keening when you are an Au Pair and he’s ready to tell you respectfully when you are doing something well or something wrong, and how to do it step by step. The information was enough, Mike told me about what’s going on in the real road world. He was so clear. My responsibility is to practice with the tools he provided me. I feel I have improved a lot, no matter if we were working on specific topics, Mike told me how to improve some other things as advice to be safe and more comfortable on the road. I have to say thank you, Mike, because I feel that the invested time was very well used, and now I feel more confident. Moreover, Mike has a great website where he has a lot of important information about the lessons, and all the information you must know to drive. He shares a lot of practice tests that helped me study for my knowledge test, they are a lot, I used them and I could pass my test. In addition, as Au Pair Instructor, he knows that our first weeks in the US are difficult while adapting and he asked me if I want to talk with other Au Pairs that are taking the driving lessons with him too, to meet new people and hang out to have fun!! Now, I have two great friends from two different countries, thanks, Mike. Thank you so much, Mike!!! I would recommend you with closed eyes




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