Drive Square develops portable driving simulators for driver training and assessment for the following markets: Emergency Responder (Police, Fire, EMS), Corporate/Utility Fleets, Military, Security, Homeland Security / DHS, Novice, Rehabilitation and Other driver training.

Drive Square simulators are highly portable, cost-effective, easy to use and deploy. Our patent-pending technology utilizes actual cars/trucks that are available on location for training. A student is able to drive his/her actual vehicle in a virtual space to safely practice correct procedures and skills.

An Impaired Driving Demonstrator application is especially popular among alcohol prevention programs and other distracted driving prevention, i.e. texting while driving.

Since the company’s inception in 2001, some of the initial research and development was funded by grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and CDC.

Currently Drive Square clients include USDA, US Army, Navy, Airforce, police departments, hospitals,  rehabilitation centers and research institutions in the US, Canada, Ireland, France, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Australia and New Zealand.