Teens teach teens road safety

SANDUSKY An accident, speeding, hitting a stop sign and failing to yield. These are j
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

 

SANDUSKY

An accident, speeding, hitting a stop sign and failing to yield.

These are just some of the reasons teens were ordered to attend the 4-H CARTEENS Program.

Teens teach teens in the bi-monthly traffic safety educational program, which is offered for first-time juvenile traffic offenders.

Instructors must be age 15 or older, or at least a freshman in high school. To become an instructor, call 419-627-7631 or e-mail albright.75@osu.edu.

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