Drive 4 Life

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Time 9:30 am to 2 pm
Location Corona Police Department
730 Public Safety Way Corona, CA 92880
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The Traffic Bureau is proud to present its "Drive 4 Life" teen driver safety program. This program is designed for young drivers who have a license as well as those who are about to get one. Our goal is to provide a FREE service to our community by educating our young drivers and their parents in an effort to promote traffic safety on our roadways and to prevent fatal traffic collisions.

We focus on the four most common factors that lead to fatal traffic collisions involving young drivers. Speeding, driving under the influence, seatbelts, and street racing are addressed in detail. The 4 you see in the middle of the title represents these four major causes.

This four hour program includes short movies, a dynamic power point presentation, interactive role playing (field sobriety tests and mock traffic trial), comedy, static displays and guest speakers. Local businesses and the Corona Police Officer's Association have given us their support and have provided us with gifts to provide the students to encourage interaction and participation.

Classes will be held at the Corona Police Department, located at 730 Corporation Yard Way. Class sizes will be at a maximum of 60. Certificates will be awarded to the students at the end of the class. Please enroll by completing the registration form or call (951) 736-2355 for availability and dates.


We are also working in conjunction with the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department E.V.O.C. Training Center.  They host an 8 hour Teen Survival Driving Skills Course.  This course provides physical driving skills training such as precision driving, accident avoidance, vehicular control, emergency lane change, skid recovery and controlled braking.  For those students who have completed Corona's "Drive 4 Life" program, EVOC is offering a $50 discount for their driving course.

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