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    Permit should be cool. Besides its off the road, so ya know. private property, no traffic laws. could be wrong.

    I took the BMW Advanced driving course in my old RSX. It was the best day of my life. Went on a skidpad, powerslid around a figure eight, learned advanced lane changes (like 90deg turns to change lanes, not gradually merging), abs braking, and then we had an AutoX.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wanabejdm
    Where is a driving school in new jersey anyone know?
    I could be wrong but I think most good driving schools will be at existing road tracks. So you have Pocono, Watkins Glen and Lime Rock that are within driving distance to NJ. Check out the sites for them to seen what they have scheduled.

    For example, you will see that Skip Barbar will be at Watkins Glen in May.
    http://www.theglen.com/track/TrackSchedule.jsp
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