Sacramento, CA — The statistics are grim: every sixteen hours a California teenager is killed in a car crash.
In an effort to help teen drivers cope with the dangers of the road, AAA of Northern California is launching Driver-ZED, a new computer program designed to teach teens lifesaving driving skills.
Driver-ZED is an interactive computer DVD-ROM that allows teen drivers to gain experience at recognizing dangerous driving situations in a safe virtual environment.
The software offers more than 80 different live-action scenarios in a wide variety of driving venues. Copies of the program can be ordered at no cost for AAA members at www.csaa.com. For non-members the cost is $7.
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