Driving is dangerous for teens and the California Highway Patrol’s “Start Smart” program is working to make teens safer.
A two-hour driver safety education class given by the CHP to new and future teenage drivers and their parents/legal guardians is scheduled 7 – 9 p.m., Wed., April 2, at the Dougherty Valley Performing Arts Center, 10550 Albion Rd., San Ramon. The CHP program is presented by the San Ramon Valley Street Smarts program, an effort involving the effort of local schools and governments aimed at traffic safety.
CHP officers will discuss collision factors associated with teen drivers, collision avoidance techniques, and driver/parent responsibilities. Parent and child attendance is strongly recommended. (Note: The presentation contains graphic images.)
For information, contact Cathy DeLuca, Street Smarts Coordinator, at (925) 314-3382, or email@example.com.