CHP Sponsors Teen/Parent Driving Safety Fair to Prevent Road Accidents


The CHP will be sponsoring a Parent/Teen Driving Safety Fair in Roseville (photo credit:

Road accidents stand as one of the leading causes of deaths for both teen and adult drivers in the United States. In an effort to reduce the number of accidents that often occur in the country, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) sponsored an event called Teen/Parent Driving Safety Fair in Roseville.

Reports said the event, which will take place at the All American Speedway on Thursday at 3:30-5:30pm , was also sponsored by Bill McAnally Racing and Impact Teen Drivers.

The said fair will offer information booths and safety workshops for around 30 teenagers who are aged 14-17 as well as their parents.

According to reports, participants will have the chance to drive a safety course along the track.

The event is a part of the National Teen Driver Safety Week. It was offered in the aim of raising awareness regarding the dangers of distracted and reckless driving because these two are the leading causes of fatal road accidents involving teenagers.

One thought on “CHP Sponsors Teen/Parent Driving Safety Fair to Prevent Road Accidents

  1. This is tonight. I could probably take her if you’re busy. My friend’s husband, Tim Miller is a patrolman out of Auburn and highly recommends this.

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