Christiansburg police partner with high school for Teen Driving Night on Sept. 26
The Christiansburg Police Department and Christiansburg High School will host their annual “Parents for Safe Teen Driving” night on Wednesday, Sept. 26 at 7 p.m. in the Christiansburg High School auditorium.
The teen driving night is an opportunity for parents and newly licensed teen drivers to learn more about traffic safety and the consequences of poor driving choices.
Presentations will cover topics from the driver education program, graduated license restrictions, what happens when bad driving decisions are made, and a parent’s role in helping their teen gain driving experience while practicing safe driving habits.
Displays from Carquest, Shelor Motor Mile and Save 7 Lives organ donation will also give information on things such as “Do It Yourself” maintenance. Door prizes will be given away during the presentation.
Speakers will include Sarah Laskey, driver’s education instructor at Christiansburg High School; Donnie Cromer of the Christiansburg Police Department; Kevin Scott of Nationwide Insurance; and Judge Robert Viar of Montgomery County Juvenile Court.
A question-and-answer session will follow the presentations.
– Submitted by Town of Christiansburg
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