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Be Careful When Insuring Your Two Aircraft with Two Different Insurers

Be Careful When Insuring Your Two Aircraft with Two Different Insurers

You own two aircraft and got a better insurance deal insuring each one with a different insurer. While this may seem logical and benign, there are negative insurance consequences in doing so that you should be aware of.

Be Careful When Insuring Your Two Aircraft with Two Different Insurers

Be Careful When Insuring Your Two Aircraft with Two Different Insurers

You own two aircraft and got a better insurance deal insuring each one with a different insurer. While this may seem logical and benign, there are negative insurance consequences in doing so that you should be aware of.

Fulfilling the future of flight

Fulfilling the future of flight

As the aviation industry continues to grow and evolve, it is crucial for educational institutions like California Aeronautical University (CAU) to prepare future pilots and aircraft maintenance technicians for success.

Fulfilling the future of flight

Fulfilling the future of flight

As the aviation industry continues to grow and evolve, it is crucial for educational institutions like California Aeronautical University (CAU) to prepare future pilots and aircraft maintenance technicians for success.

Surprise sprung at Buckeye Air Fair

Surprise sprung at Buckeye Air Fair

Pilot Clifford Gurske of Goodyear, Arizona, had no idea he had won the AOPA Sweepstakes Cessna 170B.

FAA aims for safer runways

FAA aims for safer runways

Runway safety remains a top priority as runway guard lights and arrival alert notices appear at airports across the country.

FAA aims for safer runways

FAA aims for safer runways

Runway safety remains a top priority as runway guard lights and arrival alert notices appear at airports across the country.

Travel advisory updated for Bahamas-bound tourists

Travel advisory updated for Bahamas-bound tourists

Pilots and passengers traveling to the islands of the Bahamas need not cancel plans, but should be aware of the U.S. State Department advisory.

Training and Safety Tip: Stepping on the ball

Training and Safety Tip: Stepping on the ball

I recall my primary flight instructor reminding me on numerous occasions to “keep the ball centered” on the turn coordinator.

‘I’ve lost both engines’

‘I’ve lost both engines’

The pilot of a Bombardier Challenger 604 had been cleared to land in Naples, Florida, February 9, when he reported dual engine failure about 30 seconds before the twinjet crashed during an emergency landing attempt on Interstate 75.

Senate commerce committee moves FAA reauthorization bill

Senate commerce committee moves FAA reauthorization bill

The Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, led by Chair Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.) and Ranking Member Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), passed the FAA reauthorization with a host of amendments that address operations across the entire aviation system, from commercial air travel to general aviation.

Senate commerce committee moves FAA reauthorization bill

Senate commerce committee moves FAA reauthorization bill

The Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, led by Chair Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.) and Ranking Member Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), passed the FAA reauthorization with a host of amendments that address operations across the entire aviation system, from commercial air travel to general aviation.

AOPA mobilizes members, pilot organizations to fight egregious FBO fees

AOPA mobilizes members, pilot organizations to fight egregious FBO fees

AOPA sent a call to action to its 300,000 members on February 7, urging them to support an amendment that would ensure pilots have access to fair, reasonable, and transparent fees at public-use airports.

Dynon Certified autopilot approved for Beechcraft Baron

Dynon Certified autopilot approved for Beechcraft Baron

Expanding its already expansive list of approved aircraft, Dynon Certified announced the SkyView HDX avionics and autopilot system has received FAA approval for Beechcraft Baron 58 and 58A models. Additionally, the company’s electronic trim control and auto-trim offerings have been expanded.

Aircraft Maintenance: Corrosion prevention for wheels, brakes

Aircraft Maintenance: Corrosion prevention for wheels, brakes

Aircraft wheels and brakes are remarkably simple and reliable. Unfortunately, it isn’t wear and tear that sends them to the scrapyard but corrosion. Aircraft owners, it turns out, are well equipped to win this particular battle.

Who Can Fly My Plane?

Who Can Fly My Plane?

A common theme of aircraft insurance coverage denials stems from having an unapproved pilot at the controls. 

Shifting a runway

Shifting a runway

Pilots in Driggs, Idaho, are petitioning to retain the first 2,000 feet of a Driggs/Reed Memorial Airport runway after the city announced plans to remove it as part of a current airport improvement project design.

Van’s Aircraft reports progress toward reorganization

Van’s Aircraft reports progress toward reorganization

Van’s Aircraft pledged January 20 to close the loop soon with customers awaiting word on new prices for kits that include engines.

Van’s Aircraft reports progress toward reorganization

Van’s Aircraft reports progress toward reorganization

Van’s Aircraft pledged January 20 to close the loop soon with customers awaiting word on new prices for kits that include engines.

Hal and Sandy Shevers hang it up

Hal and Sandy Shevers hang it up

After more than 60 years of growing their business from humble beginnings to one of the biggest general aviation mail-order companies in the United States, Hal and Sandy Shevers decided to retire.

AOPA provides support, recommendations on MOSAIC

AOPA provides support, recommendations on MOSAIC

In comments to the FAA on January 22, AOPA collaborated with aviation organizations to ensure the much-anticipated rulemaking on the expansion of light sport aircraft and sport pilot privileges will go far enough to meet the needs of the pilot population and make sense within the national airspace system.

Many Van’s Aircraft customers still await word on price hike

Many Van’s Aircraft customers still await word on price hike

Five of the hundreds of Van’s Aircraft customers who must decide by January 30 whether to accept a steep price hike or join the pool of unsecured creditors in the ongoing bankruptcy case voiced frustration during a January 16 hearing before Judge David W. Hercher, and were told by the company’s attorney that answers to […]

Many Van’s Aircraft customers still await word on price hike

Many Van’s Aircraft customers still await word on price hike

Five of the hundreds of Van’s Aircraft customers who must decide by January 30 whether to accept a steep price hike or join the pool of unsecured creditors in the ongoing bankruptcy case voiced frustration during a January 16 hearing before Judge David W. Hercher, and were told by the company’s attorney that answers to […]

Pivotal opens sales for light eVTOL Helix

Pivotal opens sales for light eVTOL Helix

Light electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) manufacturer Pivotal, formerly known as Opener, has started selling Helix, the company’s first scalable production aircraft.

AOPA urges swift action on FAA reauthorization

AOPA urges swift action on FAA reauthorization

AOPA is again urging members of the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee to act on the FAA reauthorization bill.

AOPA’S AIR SAFETY INSTITUTE RELEASES NEW REAL PILOT STORY

AOPA’S AIR SAFETY INSTITUTE RELEASES NEW REAL PILOT STORY

FREDERICK, Md., Jan. 12, 2024—The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association’s Air Safety Institute (ASI) has released a new episode in its popular Real Pilot Story video series.

AOPA prepares for MOSAIC comment deadline

AOPA prepares for MOSAIC comment deadline

The FAA’s comment deadline on the proposed rulemaking for the expansion of light sport aircraft and the privileges for sport pilots will close on January 22. AOPA and the Experimental Aircraft Association are working collaboratively to express support for specific elements—and to propose necessary revisions.

FAA updates AC on engine power-loss accidents

FAA updates AC on engine power-loss accidents

The FAA has released an updated advisory circular that focuses on the circumstances surrounding engine power-loss accidents and recommendations on how to prevent them. The document also provides charts and advice for engine trend monitoring.

Training and Safety Tip: Mnemonics in aviation

Training and Safety Tip: Mnemonics in aviation

Some phrases stick with us forever. I would be embarrassed to admit how often I think “lefty loosey, righty tighty.” I also set my grocery lists to the tune of popular songs to make them memorable. These are called mnemonic devices.

New Year, Fresh Look

New Year, Fresh Look

When you made your New Year Resolution checklist, do you include a review of your insurance?

Pass the Vision Portion of Your Medical

Pass the Vision Portion of Your Medical

It’s unbelievable how one simple change can dramatically improve your performance.

Vashon Ranger to be rigged for Able Flight

Vashon Ranger to be rigged for Able Flight

Clayton Smeltz is working with Vashon Aircraft and Able Flight to create hand controls for a Vashon Ranger so that the airplane can be flown by people with disabilities, Able Flight announced recently. The nonprofit Able Flight hopes to add one additional equipped aircraft to the fleet it uses to train scholarship recipients to become […]

Vashon Ranger to be rigged for Able Flight

Vashon Ranger to be rigged for Able Flight

Clayton Smeltz is working with Vashon Aircraft and Able Flight to create hand controls for a Vashon Ranger so that the airplane can be flown by people with disabilities, Able Flight announced recently. The nonprofit Able Flight hopes to add one additional equipped aircraft to the fleet it uses to train scholarship recipients to become […]

Adam Meredith succumbs to cancer

Adam Meredith succumbs to cancer

Known for his aviation financial advice series “Adam Answers” in AOPA Pilot magazine, Adam Meredith, president of AOPA Aviation Finance, died December 11 after a hard-fought battle with cancer. He was 52.

Training and Safety Tip: Prioritizing passenger comfort (and joy)

Training and Safety Tip: Prioritizing passenger comfort (and joy)

A sunny day in winter can harbor covert pockets of intense turbulence, and for pilots eager to fly their family to grandma’s house in half the time, missing the signs that the ride might be rough can lead to unhappy passengers, and queasy stomachs.

Beyond Proficient: Avoiding and Escaping Icing Conditions

Beyond Proficient: Avoiding and Escaping Icing Conditions

The seventh installment in the series offers strategies to mitigate airframe icing risks. The video reviews preflight considerations to avoid in-flight icing and what to do when encountering icing conditions in flight.

CAU partnership with Delta Propel launches careers

CAU partnership with Delta Propel launches careers

As part of this partnership, representatives from Delta Propel recently visited CAU’s Bakersfield and San Diego locations to speak with students and provide updates on the program.

CAU partnership with Delta Propel launches careers

CAU partnership with Delta Propel launches careers

As part of this partnership, representatives from Delta Propel recently visited CAU’s Bakersfield and San Diego locations to speak with students and provide updates on the program.

Florida wetland proposal threatens aviation safety

Florida wetland proposal threatens aviation safety

The location of a proposed stormwater treatment area in Okeechobee County, Florida, is raising alarms from AOPA, the FAA, and local pilots, as the project design will likely attract avian species that will create hazards for pilots flying at three surrounding airports.

Florida wetland proposal threatens aviation safety

Florida wetland proposal threatens aviation safety

The location of a proposed stormwater treatment area in Okeechobee County, Florida, is raising alarms from AOPA, the FAA, and local pilots, as the project design will likely attract avian species that will create hazards for pilots flying at three surrounding airports.

Aircraft Maintenance: Mitigating the hazards of frigid weather

Aircraft Maintenance: Mitigating the hazards of frigid weather

The winter months can be extremely hard on aircraft (and pilots). Cold weather affects aircraft in a number of ways, few of them beneficial, but long periods of inactivity create problems, too. The best thing you can do for an aircraft is to fly it. So, let’s focus on mitigating the risks of winter flying […]

Training and Safety Tip: The downside of training in actual IMC

Students and instrument flight instructors often put a lot of emphasis on experiencing instrument meteorological conditions (IMC) during training for the instrument rating, but is that an effective use of time?

‘I felt a spark light in my soul’

‘I felt a spark light in my soul’

Until her senior year of high school, Alexis Noel was uninspired and had no idea what she wanted to do in life. It wasn’t until she attended an Explorer Post/STEM club event at the Boeing campus that she finally found her calling in aviation.

3 Ways You Might be Sabotaging Your Own Insurance Renewal

3 Ways You Might be Sabotaging Your Own Insurance Renewal

The annual letter arrives from your aviation insurance company sounding the alarm for another approaching renewal.

3 Ways You Might be Sabotaging Your Own Insurance Renewal

3 Ways You Might be Sabotaging Your Own Insurance Renewal

The annual letter arrives from your aviation insurance company sounding the alarm for another approaching renewal.

Protecing Africa’s wildlife starts in the sky

Protecing Africa’s wildlife starts in the sky

In Nairobi National Park in Kenya, orphaned infant African elephants are fighting for a future.

Signals of strength, stress in aircraft market

Signals of strength, stress in aircraft market

The bottom-line numbers for the year to date released by the General Aviation Manufacturers Association show gains in all segments of GA aircraft sales, including strong performance by European airframers in the piston segment driving an 11.9-percent increase in piston airplane sales worldwide. Turbine deliveries held steady despite a dip for the market leader.

Signals of strength, stress in aircraft market

Signals of strength, stress in aircraft market

The bottom-line numbers for the year to date released by the General Aviation Manufacturers Association show gains in all segments of GA aircraft sales, including strong performance by European airframers in the piston segment driving an 11.9-percent increase in piston airplane sales worldwide. Turbine deliveries held steady despite a dip for the market leader.

FAA grants AOPA request for more time to comment on Piper rudder AD

FAA grants AOPA request for more time to comment on Piper rudder AD

At the request of AOPA and others, the FAA extended into February the public comment deadline on a proposed airworthiness directive that would affect nearly 31,000 aircraft. The proposed AD requires replacement of rudder posts made from a certain carbon steel alloy.

MT-Propeller offers three-blade prop for Piper PA–23

MT-Propeller offers three-blade prop for Piper PA–23

MT-Propeller announced it has received FAA STC approval for its three-blade MTV-12 propeller for installation on Piper PA–23 series aircraft.

Pass the Vision Portion of Your Medical

Pass the Vision Portion of Your Medical

It’s unbelievable how one simple change can dramatically improve your performance.

Pass the Vision Portion of Your Medical

Pass the Vision Portion of Your Medical

It’s unbelievable how one simple change can dramatically improve your performance.

Angel Flight West celebrates milestone with star power

Angel Flight West celebrates milestone with star power

Critically acclaimed actor and general aviation pilot Edward Norton helped Angel Flight West mark a milestone in its mission to help people in need of access to healthcare on October 30.

Angel Flight West celebrates milestone with star power

Angel Flight West celebrates milestone with star power

Critically acclaimed actor and general aviation pilot Edward Norton helped Angel Flight West mark a milestone in its mission to help people in need of access to healthcare on October 30.

MT-Propeller announces new warbird propeller

MT-Propeller announces new warbird propeller

MT-Propeller announced the company’s answer to the increasing challenge of sourcing old airworthy propeller parts for aging North American F–82 Twin Mustang and P–51 Mustang warbirds with engines up to 2,200 shaft horsepower.

Training and Safety Tip: The fine line between ‘legal’ and ‘smart’

Training and Safety Tip: The fine line between ‘legal’ and ‘smart’

As I stared at the computer screen mounted high in the corner near the terminal’s ceiling, I experienced what flight instructors call “recall failure.”

Van’s Aircraft reports cash crunch, prompts concern

Van’s Aircraft reports cash crunch, prompts concern

With more than 11,000 kit builds completed by 2022, and hundreds more still in progress, Van’s Aircraft delivered “difficult” news on October 27 about the company’s financial state, and announced a two-week push to conduct an “internal assessment” that is likely to lead to price increases. Meanwhile, refunds are on hold and many customers voiced […]

Why would you want anything else?

Why would you want anything else?

Rugged and reliable, the Caravan turboprop has a proven track record.

United Airlines, CAU announce direct-hire partnership

United Airlines, CAU announce direct-hire partnership

California Aeronautical University (CAU) is thrilled to announce its latest partnership with United Airlines, which will equip the university’s graduates with a straight route to the United flight deck through the Aviate program pathway. 

United Airlines, CAU announce direct-hire partnership

United Airlines, CAU announce direct-hire partnership

California Aeronautical University (CAU) is thrilled to announce its latest partnership with United Airlines, which will equip the university’s graduates with a straight route to the United flight deck through the Aviate program pathway. 

Erstwhile AOPA regional representative, Michael D. Ferguson, mourned

Erstwhile AOPA regional representative, Michael D. Ferguson, mourned

It is with regret that AOPA has learned of Michael D. Ferguson’s death on October 3 in Montana at the age of 91. Ferguson was AOPA’s northwest regional representative for 20,000 members in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Montana from 2002 to 2012.

Drone show in a box

Drone show in a box

Verge Aero officials say the company’s new X7 drone helps “democratize” the creation of drone shows.

Sporty’s launches enhanced flight training courses

Sporty’s launches enhanced flight training courses

Sporty’s Pilot Shop updated its pilot training courses for 2024 with new videos, interactive training resources, study materials, and lifetime updates.

Aircraft Insurance Guidebook – What you need to know before you fly

Aircraft Insurance Guidebook – What you need to know before you fly

If you’re like most people, you’d do just about anything to get out of discussing insurance and honestly, we can’t really blame you.

Aircraft Insurance Guidebook – What you need to know before you fly

Aircraft Insurance Guidebook – What you need to know before you fly

If you’re like most people, you’d do just about anything to get out of discussing insurance and honestly, we can’t really blame you.

Training and Safety Tip: Get to know your airplane’s operating handbook

Training and Safety Tip: Get to know your airplane’s operating handbook

Just like people and life itself, airplanes are divinely complex. But unlike people and life, an airplane comes with an awesome instruction manual called the pilot’s operating handbook (POH).

Upgrade your next flight without upgrading your airplane

Upgrade your next flight without upgrading your airplane

This compact device provides ADS-B traffic and weather services, an attitude-heading reference system (AHRS), and SiriusXM weather and entertainment—no installation required. What is it?

Upgrade your next flight without upgrading your airplane

Upgrade your next flight without upgrading your airplane

This compact device provides ADS-B traffic and weather services, an attitude-heading reference system (AHRS), and SiriusXM weather and entertainment—no installation required. What is it?

Pilatus delivers 2,000th PC-12

Pilatus delivers 2,000th PC-12

Pilatus has come a long way since boldly redefining the turboprop market in 1994. This year, Pilatus handed over the 2000th PC-12, dressed up in a special paint scheme to match the occasion, to their longtime customer, PlaneSense.

New oil gasket AD affects thousands of Continental engines

New oil gasket AD affects thousands of Continental engines

An airworthiness directive (AD) published September 21 finalized revisions to prior directives issued in recent years, adjusting the scope and instructions for replacement of oil filter gaskets on a range of Continental Aerospace Technologies Inc. engines, and now affecting an estimated 6,300 aircraft registered in the United States.

NetJets plans for fleet expansion

NetJets plans for fleet expansion

Textron Aviation, manufacturer of the Cessna Citation family of business jets, and private jet fractional ownership company NetJets announced a fleet agreement giving NetJets the option to purchase up to 1,500 new Cessna Citations over the next 15 years.

Joby sets sights on Ohio

Joby sets sights on Ohio

California-based electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft manufacturer Joby Aviation will build its first manufacturing facility in Dayton, Ohio, home of aviation pioneers Orville and Wilbur Wright.

Pass the Vision Portion of Your Medical

Pass the Vision Portion of Your Medical

It’s unbelievable how one simple change can dramatically improve your performance.

Pass the Vision Portion of Your Medical

Pass the Vision Portion of Your Medical

It’s unbelievable how one simple change can dramatically improve your performance.

Training and Safety Tip: Emergency memory to the rescue

Training and Safety Tip: Emergency memory to the rescue

It’s no secret that I hold acronyms and similar memory tricks in low regard, and there are two reasons for this.

Recollections of a tragic day

Recollections of a tragic day

Twenty-two years later, the memories of chaos and loss still resonate. Explore our coverage through the years to learn (or be reminded) how AOPA helped preserve freedom to fly against the odds after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

Emergency Response Plan

Emergency Response Plan

Congratulations! You either currently own a business aircraft or have decided to add one to your business weapons inventory.

Fuel your aviation journey

Fuel your aviation journey

The 2024 AOPA Foundation scholarship program opened September 5 with more than $1 million in scholarships for flight training, aviation maintenance, airport management, and more.

Trig Avionics gains FAA STC

Trig Avionics gains FAA STC

Trig Avionics announced the availability of an FAA supplemental type certificate (STC) for its TX56 and TX57 nav/com models.

Trig Avionics gains FAA STC

Trig Avionics gains FAA STC

Trig Avionics announced the availability of an FAA supplemental type certificate (STC) for its TX56 and TX57 nav/com models.

Aircraft deliveries ‘strong’ in first half of 2023

Aircraft deliveries ‘strong’ in first half of 2023

Airframers reported steady sales across all categories in the first half of 2023, and the General Aviation Manufacturers Association used the occasion of the latest data release to call for Congress to reauthorize the FAA and confirm a permanent administrator.

The weather is changing

The weather is changing

In 2018, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Aviation Weather Center (AWC) website—AviationWeather.gov—averaged 130 million hits per day, which makes it arguably a very popular tool. The website has gained a following among aviators and meteorologists because it allows for a virtual review of any current or forecast weather condition in the United States. It […]

Passing the Torch

Passing the Torch

In the fall of 1929, the iconic and inimitable Orville Wright signed the pilot’s license of Paul Whittier, granting the young man permission to help write the next chapter in the history of flight. 

‘We kept doing the missions’

‘We kept doing the missions’

The FAA granted and expedited a regulatory exemption that AOPA sought on behalf of pilots flying supplies to West Maui for humanitarian relief in the wake of the devastating recent wildfires in Hawaii.

Charting changes highlight mountain passes

Charting changes highlight mountain passes

Flying through mountain passes can be tricky, particularly when the weather keeps you below ridge tops and confined to lower terrain. To help with crossing mountainous areas, major passes are charted as a visual aid on sectional charts. Sometimes, however, the pass is buried deep in a mountain range, and navigating to the pass can […]

Caution urged on development plans near airports

Caution urged on development plans near airports

Despite an abundance of pushback and risk, local governments that sponsor airports continue to make zoning and development plans that prioritize revenue over pilots and community members.

Training and Safety Tip: Refining steep turns

Training and Safety Tip: Refining steep turns

One of the common maneuvers that remains a challenge for private and commercial pilot applicants during their checkrides is the steep turn demonstration.

Back to Buckeye

Back to Buckeye

AOPA is excited to announce its plan to return to the Buckeye Air Fair in Buckeye, Arizona, February 16 through 18, 2024.

ADS-B with diversity required in Canada Class A

ADS-B with diversity required in Canada Class A

Concerns voiced by aviation advocates including AOPA did not persuade the Canadian government to further delay a mandate for space-based ADS-B in Class A airspace effective August 10, though Nav Canada has established a process for aircraft not equipped with antenna diversity to request accommodation.

ADS-B with diversity required in Canada Class A

ADS-B with diversity required in Canada Class A

Concerns voiced by aviation advocates including AOPA did not persuade the Canadian government to further delay a mandate for space-based ADS-B in Class A airspace effective August 10, though Nav Canada has established a process for aircraft not equipped with antenna diversity to request accommodation.

Training and Safety Tip: I’ve got it, you’ve got it, who’s got it?

Training and Safety Tip: I’ve got it, you’ve got it, who’s got it?

Student pilots and flight instructors frequently transfer aircraft control to and from each other. Sometimes, this handover can be botched, leading at best to a funny misunderstanding and, at worst, to an NTSB investigation.

King Air 260 Expedites Response Time

King Air 260 Expedites Response Time

That’s Mission Critical:  King Air 260 expedites response time for national demolition company

King Air 260 Expedites Response Time

King Air 260 Expedites Response Time

That’s Mission Critical:  King Air 260 expedites response time for national demolition company

Opener Aero announces early access for light eVTOL

Opener Aero announces early access for light eVTOL

California-based light electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft developer Opener Aero unveiled its Early Access Program (EAP), as the company works toward achieving commercialization of the BlackFly personal eVTOL aircraft.

You’ve given plenty of airplane rides…Now give career inspiration!

You’ve given plenty of airplane rides…Now give career inspiration!

Looking for a more meaningful use of your aircraft and time? Would you like to share your experiences and knowledge with deserving kids? Kids who have been pre-screened and are motivated to hear your words? If yes, please consider volunteering as a STEM Flights Pilot Mentor. We are focused on quality—not quantity.

You’ve given plenty of airplane rides…Now give career inspiration!

You’ve given plenty of airplane rides…Now give career inspiration!

Looking for a more meaningful use of your aircraft and time? Would you like to share your experiences and knowledge with deserving kids? Kids who have been pre-screened and are motivated to hear your words? If yes, please consider volunteering as a STEM Flights Pilot Mentor. We are focused on quality—not quantity.

Pass the Vision Portion of Your Medical

Pass the Vision Portion of Your Medical

It’s unbelievable how one simple change can dramatically improve your performance.

Pass the Vision Portion of Your Medical

Pass the Vision Portion of Your Medical

It’s unbelievable how one simple change can dramatically improve your performance.