LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — It might be the weekend, however some native teenagers spent their Saturday in class, placing the pedal to the metallic.
Saturday, Tire Rack held their Road Survival Driving Faculty on the Kentucky Expo Middle. In contrast to conventional driver’s education schemes, Tire Rack’s focuses on palms-on experiences in actual-world driving conditions.
After some class work, college students obtained into automobiles and took half in a check course.
Organizers say annually greater than 5,000 teenagers are killed in automotive accidents that would have been prevented.
“With all of the distracted driving happening with cell telephones and the radios, it is actually necessary to get the scholars behind the wheel, and present the significance of paying consideration and searching forward, and with the ability to management their automotive when one thing dangerous occurs,” Eric Brown, with Kentucky Area SCCA, stated.
This was the fifteenth yr the Tire Rack Road Survival Program has been provided to drivers ages 15 to 21.
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