Almaden Cares Arranges Driver Simulator Training for Teens

South Bay Regional Public Safety Training ConsortiumAlmaden Cares, in partnership with South Bay Regional Public Safety Training Consortium, has arranged driving simulator training for teens.

The simulators are stationary units used by police. They re-create the consequences of dangerous driving behavior in a risk-free, safe environment.

Simulations teach teens the dangers of speeding, texting, and driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. Instructors will also go over basic driver safety and defensive driving skills.

This events is free to the first 64 teens (licensed or learners permit) who would like to participate in this worthwhile learning experience. The class is open to teens ages 15-18 with parents’ permission.

The class is at South Bay Regional Public Safety Training Consortium on June 24, 2011 and August 5, 2011. The training is four hours, with options from 8am-12pm and 1-5pm. You can reserve your space online.

Check out San Jose teens get a simulated lesson in distracted driving at the South Bay Regional Training Consortium.

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