State Patrol Unveils Program to Decrease Teen Colorado Auto Accidents

COLORADO TEEN DRIVER SAFETYEarlier this week, the Colorado State Patrol announced the Alive at 25 Parent Program, which is created to teach young drivers the dangers associated with inexperienced driving, poor decisions, and other factors that can lead to Colorado car crashes.

The program, which begins this November, includes assemblies that focus on real-life stories about teens who have lost their lives or have been injured in car accidents. Additionally, the program encourages parents to teach their children about the responsibilities that come with driving in Colorado, which is the first state to offer this kind of program to parents.


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