DUI simulator tests students' skills at Cabell Midland HS
HUNTINGTON -- While some students at Cabell Midland High School aren't quite old enough to drive, many of them are old enough to have developed some habits that could be dangerous when they do begin to drive.
That's why State Farm Insurance hosted a driving simulation at the school recently to teach them about the impact of distracted driving and even driving while under the influence.
The West Virginia Alcohol Beverage Control Administration DUI simulator was at the school Feb. 26, 27 and 28 to give students the opportunity to practice their driving skills in a safe environment.
The simulator, which is accompanied by a team of operators who educate students about how to make safer driving decisions, has been touring the state since 2010.
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