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CCSO and Florida Sheriff’s Association Host Teen Driver Challenge


The Collier County Sheriff’s Office is hosting a Teen Driver Challenge to help your kids stay safe on the road.

This course provides you with the knowledge and practical experience needed to reduce your risk of being involved in an accident. The driving skills you will learn are the same techniques used by driving professionals, including NASCAR.

The class consists of two days of training. The first day is a four hour block of instruction and the second day is an eight hour block of vehicle use.

You will be driving your own vehicle and you must be a licensed teenage driver or have a driver’s license with a 21 year old licensed driver with you.

Licensed drivers must have at least 25 hours of driving and have been licensed for at least 6 months to be accepted into the program.

And your instructor will be a Certified Law Enforcement Trainer.

Upon successful completion of this course, you will graduate with a certificate of completion. You can give the certificate to your car insurance company for a possible premium reduction.

The CCSO is now taking registrations for the next two sessions to be held later this month and in February.

The next session begins with an in-class session on the evening of January 20, followed by a driving session on the morning of January 22. Both sessions will be held at First Baptist Academy, 3000 Orange Blossom Drive.

The February session begins with an in-class session on the evening of February 17 followed by a driving session on the morning of February 19. Both sessions will take place at First Baptist Academy.

These classes fill up quickly. Register for classes now. Contact Youth Relations at 239-252-0144.

For more information and registration materials, visit their website

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