PSA to host Teen Safe Driving event – Daily Republic

By Daily Republic Staff

The Public Safety Academy, Kaiser Permanente Vacaville Medical Center, NorthBay Healthcare, the California Highway Patrol and Impact Teen Drivers are collaborating to educate teen drivers about the importance of safe driving through the Impact Teen Drivers “What Do You Consider Lethal?” program, according to a press release.

Students from the Public Safety Academy received the evidence-based education program on March 23, just prior to leaving for spring break. Theforthcoming school event corresponds with California Teen Safe Driving Week, which is the first week of April, and will allow students to reinforce their knowledge of the importance of making good decisions, whether as a driver or passenger. The students will be engaging in different skill stations with their peers to highlight awareness of the importance of safe driving.

The event will take place from 11:15 a.m. to 12:10 p.m. April 5 at the Public Safety Academy, 230 Atlantic Ave. in Fairfield.

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