CHP to Conduct Driver Safety Class for Teenagers

The California Highway Patrol will conduct a "Start Smart" driver safety class for teenagers in an effort to reduce the number o...

The California Highway Patrol will conduct a "Start Smart" driver safety class for teenagers in an effort to reduce the number of collisions and injuries involving teens, according to a CHP news release.

The class is open to teenagers and their parents or guardians and will take place March 2 at 6 p.m. at Temecula City Hall. Seating is limited and separate registrations must be made for the student and parent or guardian.

The program will address traffic safety issues and specifically address the newly licensed or soon to be licensed driver. It will include collision avoidance techniques, collision causing elements, driver responsibilities and local area traffic collision trends.

The class is free and a certificate of completion will be given to all attendees. Register at this link. For questions, contact Officer Mike Lassig at 951-506-2000 or email MLassig@chp.ca.gov.

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