Free Teen Driver Improvement Classes in Levy County
Today kicked off the first teen driver improvement course of the summer in Levy county, put on by the Sheriff's Office.
The goal is to reduce the number of crashes involving teenagers through classroom education, videos, and even a distracted driving demonstration on a golf cart.
Students have to navigate the course while texting and then while wearing "drunk" goggles.
The free, four hour class is available to all Levy county students who have a current license, learners permit or are about to get one.
Classes will be held at Williston High School on July 7, 19, 21, 27 & 28th and August 3, 10 & 11th.
At Chiefland High School on July 12, 13 & 20th and August 4 & 9th.
At Bronson High School on July 6 & 26th and August 2nd.
At Cedar Key High School on July 14th.
All students must pre-register by calling Lt. Sean Mullins or Sgt. Max Long at 352-486-5111 Ext. 278 or via e-mail at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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