The Connecticut Department of Transportation's Highway Safety Office is bringing the "Save a Life Tour" to Connecticut high schools.
According to an article in the Hartford Courant, this highly impactful distracted driving program is geared for teenagers.
The program kicked-off at Bristol Eastern High School on December 9, and will continue at more than 30 schools throughout Connecticut in 2014.
The distracted driving effort is focuses on ways to change drivers' behavior through legislation, enforcement, public awareness and education.
Read the full article here.
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