Free Driving Class for Teens in Rutherford County

Apr 26, 2021 at 06:30 am by WGNS

Teens may learn driving skills in free DRIVE class

Teens interested in improving driving skills may take the virtual, free Defense Response Improving Vehicle Education class taught by School Resource Officer Chad Dodson.

The DRIVE Virtual Teen Driver’s Education Program is an online four-hour class that educates students on driving experiences which directly correlates to the leading causes of teen crashes and fatalities. The class will be Friday evening, May 14.

Topics include driver’s responsibilities and liabilities, vehicle dynamics, distracted driving, impaired driving, intoxicating substances and driving courtesy.

Teens who enroll in the class must have a valid driver’s license or a valid learner’s permit and complete the registration form.
Students must call SRO Dodson at 615-396-7342 by May 10th to register.
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