Street Safe Presentation 9-12
Street Safe is a driver-focused presentation that aims to educate young motorists and passengers about Nevada bicycle and pedestrian laws. The objective is to develop a shared understanding for all users. School Staff may sign up below.
ZTF coordination allows CCSDPD to educate our most inexperienced drivers and vulnerable road users through classroom presentations to always buckle up, always drive sober, focus on the road, slow down and keep your cool. Teens only represent five percent of drivers on the road but represent at least 10 percent of the total crashes seen, meaning they are twice as likely to be involved in a fatal traffic event. Teens who receive this training are half as likely to be involved in a crash, 70 percent less likely to drink and drive, two times more likely to wear a seatbelt, and 30 percent less likely to use a cell phone while driving.
For more information, contact Keith Habig, Police Services, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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