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  • Ford Driving Skills For Life teaches about dangers of driving while impaired

    VIDEO: Hundreds of Triangle high school students are taking time out of their spring break this week to learn to be better drivers and to get behind the wheel of a sports car. The Ford Driving Skills For Life event, running through Wednesday at PNC Arena, is teaching young and inexperienced drivers about the dangers of impaired and distracted driving, as well as how to handle hazardous conditions. But what’s especially compelling for some young drivers is the chance to take a six-cylinder Ford Mustang for sliding turns and sudden stops.

VIDEO: Hundreds of Triangle high school students are taking time out of their spring break this week to learn to be better drivers and to get behind the wheel of a sports car. The Ford Driving Skills For Life event, running through Wednesday at PNC Arena, is teaching young and inexperienced drivers about the dangers of impaired and distracted driving, as well as how to handle hazardous conditions. But what’s especially compelling for some young drivers is the chance to take a six-cylinder Ford Mustang for sliding turns and sudden stops. Elena Boffetta@newsobserver.com eboffetta@newsobserver.com
VIDEO: Hundreds of Triangle high school students are taking time out of their spring break this week to learn to be better drivers and to get behind the wheel of a sports car. The Ford Driving Skills For Life event, running through Wednesday at PNC Arena, is teaching young and inexperienced drivers about the dangers of impaired and distracted driving, as well as how to handle hazardous conditions. But what’s especially compelling for some young drivers is the chance to take a six-cylinder Ford Mustang for sliding turns and sudden stops. Elena Boffetta@newsobserver.com eboffetta@newsobserver.com

Triangle teenagers learn hands-on how to drive safely

March 29, 2016 4:53 PM