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resolved to the customer's satisfactionResolved World Class Driving — Misrepresentation
resolved to the customer's satisfaction
This company that bills itself as teaching of driving exotic cars promised expert instruction by a Formula 1 driver, but only had track personnel at the Monticello (NY) Motor Club. My instructor was not qualified to drive the racing Ferrari's provided. The head instructor, who did not get in the car, never participated in Formula 1, but said he drove the Indianapolis 500 three times, never coming close to winning. His participation was not the driving but critiquing videos after the drive. They also did not tell the students until the morning of the event last week that their American Express cards would be charged $20, 000 if damage was done to the car up to that amount during the event. This was never mentioned in any brochure or discussion with company personnel prior to the day of the event. This is false and misleading. I drove at their school in Monticello last week when they made me take another driving course (in lieu of a partial refund requested) after the one I attended last year had the instructor refuse to teach me. I learned I was right as they fired him. Last week had my leaving the course one half way through the day long course when the instructor yelled at me. Again, I asked for a $1, 500 refund for the $3, 500 paid last year, but they have refused me. Do not go near this company. They are overpriced, misleading and instructors are not sufficiently proficient in teaching students.