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Hundreds of student drivers kicked to the curb

Two North Texas driving schools close without warning.

More than 500 student drivers who paid in advance for classes are grounded for now after their driving schools closed without warning.

The Automatic Driving School, with locations in Dallas, Richardson and Mesquite, along with the co-owned Rockwall Heath Driving School in Rockwall, closed last week, according to the Texas Education Agency.

You can read the story at NBC5 TV DFW.

1 Response for “Hundreds of student drivers kicked to the curb”

  1. Chris Bene says:

    Brian Weast is currently being sued in Kaufman county and is trying to move the case to Rockwall County where he lives and works. He stole 25,000 from one man and cheated hundreds of students from his schools. He works as a real estate agent for Ebby Holiday and I THINK HIS LICENSE SHOULD BE REVOKRD. Would you hire this man to be your agent if you knew he was in trouble with the TWC. for refusing to pay overtime at the two Quiznos he owned.Having students drive in cars with frame damage.Cheat on his taxes. Own driving schools that were not in his name. Sneak around and get caught going thru a competitors mailbox. Pretend to be a parent of a daughter who was interested in drivers education and pull out a tape measure in hopes the competitors classroom didn’t meet requirements set by the state. This man belongs in jail and not allowed to continue to commit crimes.

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