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Driver's Edge Helps Teens Learn Life-Saving Skills Behind the Wheel
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LAS VEGAS --  Motor vehicle crashes are the number one killer of Nevada teens, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Las Vegas based Driver's Edge is a non-profit organization that works towards teaching teens life-saving skills behind the wheel to prevent those accidents.

The free events Drivers Edge offer provide real-life training for young drivers in a effort to combat the high annual number of teen auto collisions and driving fatalities.

The skills teen learn at these events are classroom and behind-the-wheel defensive driving instruction on skid control, evasive lane change maneuvers, anti-lock braking skills and panic-braking techniques.

Also a key issue they try to drive home to teens is the dangers of texting while driving.

If you wish to attend you must be between the ages of 15-21-years-old, possess a valid learner's permit or drivers license.

You can find more information on the Driver's Edge including a list of their upcoming events.

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