The President-elect’s daughter and son-in-law are set to take the reins at the North West Driving School in Texas, the company announced on Monday.
The move comes after a failed bid by a rival to build a brand new high-speed driving school.
Northwest Driving School, a subsidiary of the North Western Driving School Inc., was created in 2013.
According to its website, the school aims to “create the next generation of high performance, intelligent driving professionals.”
The school’s curriculum includes advanced driving simulation and training, with students learning “driving in the real world and the world of virtual reality.”
Its website states the school “is designed to provide the best training for those who aspire to be professional drivers.”
According a spokesperson for the company, NorthWest is “actively exploring opportunities for expansion and development,” but no details have been released.
“Northwest is proud to be a part of the U.S. automotive landscape and to be helping grow our brand with this brand new technology,” the spokesperson said.
“The goal is to provide our students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in the fast-paced world of automotive technology.”
NorthWest’s CEO and founder, Eric M. D. Jones, told The Hill that the school will open in 2017.
Jones has been a long-time proponent of high tech and autonomous driving, saying the company’s technology “will make a significant impact on the future of our country.”
A spokesman for the Trump administration did not immediately respond to a request for comment.