This weekend, Toyota will host its free TeenDrive365 teen driver experience on Oct. 4 and 5 at Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor (4800 E Huron River Drive) to help new drivers and their parents build safer habits behind the wheel!
At the innovative, FREE two-and-a-half-hour events, teens and their parents spend time inside cars and the classroom to learn defensive driving skills, crash avoidance techniques and the dangers of distracted driving. The program is open to new drivers with a valid driver’s license. Registration is required and open now at events.teendrive365.com.
Michigan requires supervised driving with a parent or guardian ahead of a full license and puts additional restrictions on its newest drivers. TeenDrive365 supplements those rules to look at distractions and defensive driving techniques. According to the Michigan State Secretary of State office, one out of every five licensed 16-year-olds will be in a vehicle crash.
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