Drunk/texting and driving simulation makes stop at FSU

Education

Many schools implement programs to show students the dangers of drinking and driving.

Tuesday, Fairmont State University did just that but with an additional component, texting.

The Save a Life Tour allows participants to experience the difficulties that come with dunk driving and with texting and driving. 

“Give people the opportunity to make better choices with their lives and the interactions of other people’s lives whether in the car with the person or just watching the person text and drive. Helping a person make a better choice saying ‘hey, maybe I can send that text,”‘ said Christopher Rich, Save a Life Tour Road Manager.
 

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