Nebraska State Patrol teaches students about distracted driving

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NORFOLK, Neb. (KTIV/US92) – The Nebraska State Patrol is using technology to give area high school students a chance to experience the perils of distracted driving first-hand.

Jeffrey Lapin‘s insight:

The Nebraska State Patrol is using a distracted driving simulator to give high school students a chance to experience the perils of distracted driving first-hand. 

 

The simulator is a great way for high schoolers to learn about driving safely in a way that they will enjoy said State Patrol Trooper Bill Price. 

 

Story via KTIV-TV, Channel 4

See on www.ktiv.com

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About Jeffrey Lapin
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