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Class for teen drivers offered tonight

The California Highway Patrol South Lake Tahoe Area is holding a Start Smart class today from 6 to 8 p.m. Start Smart’s goal is to reduce the number of collisions and injuries involving teenage drivers.

The class covers collision avoidance techniques, the primary causes of collisions, driver and parent responsibility, local traffic collision trends, and testimonials from

parents whose children have been killed in traffic collisions.

The class will be held at the South Tahoe High School Library and is free for teenage drivers and their parents. Space is limited to 20 students and their parents; as of this morning, there were still a few spaces available.

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The class will be offered again on June 10.

Call the CHP at (530) 577-1001 to reserve a space in the class.


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