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The school, which opened in May, aims to train aspiring stunt drivers who want to break into the state's flourishing film business.
The school trains not only stunt drivers, military personnel, law enforcement officers but also members of the public who qualify.
Ore founded the Motion Picture Driving School in 1996 after the constant demand for professional stunt driving training from the Screen Actors Guild.
Stunt performers can make between $3,200 and $3,400 per week, according to the Screen Actors Guild's theatrical wage table.
For military and law enforcement personnel, courses such as counter-terrorist driver training and high speed reverse driving are offered.
Duke Jackson, a 20-year veteran stuntman who is now training for the first time as a stunt driver with Ore, has worked on numerous films and TV shows from The Divergent Series: