According to multiple local news agencies, the California Highway Patrol has been focused on coming up with safety events that will help to educate people on how important it is to drive safely.
Today in Oxnard, the California Highway Patrol safety technicians will be holding an event to teach teen drivers how to drive with safety and responsibility in mind. During the event, Impact Teen Drivers will be showing teens and their parents how to avoid accidents and prevent deaths by teaching them the importance of not being distracted behind the wheel. Safety advocates will also teach drivers just how important it also is to drive defensively and keep their eyes on the road at all time.
Hopefully, teens in the region will participate in this free event to learn more about how important it is to take responsibility for their safety and road safety in general by avoiding accidents, driving attentively and staying away from distractions.
We encourage you and your loved ones to drive defensively and avoid distractions so accidents can be prevented in the future.
For more on this event and the next educational projects the California Highway Patrol will be holding in the near future, click here for the full article.