Did you know that motor vehicle collisions are the leading cause of death for 15 to 20-year-old Americans? According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), teenagers are three times more likely than other drivers to be involved in fatal car crashes, mile for mile.
To reduce vehicular accidents in the North Sacramento area, the California Highway Patrol offers this Start Smart class for free! Don’t miss out on this event if you want to do your part in reducing the risks of car accidents in your area.
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The Start Smart program aims to provide safe driving education to new and future licensed teenage drivers aged 15-19 as well as their parents/guardians. It is highly encouraged that both teens and their parents attend this event to help combat the high incidence of traffic collisions involving teenage drivers in the area.
Among the issues that will be discussed are driver responsibility, distracted driving, collision avoidance techniques, driving under the influence, the provisional license process, and more. This a wonderful opportunity for new drivers and their parents/guardians to speak directly with CHP officers and ask questions. The seminar will be conducted in a classroom setting incorporating video materials.
Take note that everything you will learn from this class is useful not only when driving around in North Sacramento but also in other cities in California. It’s also important to remember that no matter how careful you are, accidents still happen through no fault of your own, and you need to know what steps to take to protect yourself if that happens. If you need help from a car accident attorney in Temecula, visit https://injuryattorneysofcalifornia.com/car-accidents/.