A local organization is helping teen drivers make good decisions behind the wheel to decrease the number of Colorado auto accidents, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
DRIVE SMART Colorado, a community traffic safety program, is inviting teens to be part of a campaign to promote safe driving and decrease the number of Colorado auto accidents.
The program focuses on high school students and challenges them to think smart before getting behind the wheel.
Do you think current laws do enough to protect young drivers from Colorado auto accidents? What do you think about the current restrictions put on teen drivers in Colorado?
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