CHP is hosting a Start Smart class to help teens prevent crashes.
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - CHP is hosting a class to help prevent crashes.
The Start Smart class will happen today Tuesday, September 12. Young drivers can learn safe driving habits including how to avoid a collision and how to not be a distracted driver.
Traffic collisions are the leading cause of death among teens ages 16-19. In California alone, teens are responsible for 66% of all accidents.
It is a free class and begins at 6 p.m. at the Bakersfield CHP Office.
Parents are encouraged to attend as well. For more information call 396-6600.
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