Every year, drivers under the age of 25 are involved in more than six million collisions resulting in 14,000 fatalities. Traffic crashes are the leading cause of death for young adults between 15 and 21 years of age. Research studies confirm that young drivers do have knowledge of driving principles and laws; however, because of their inexperience and casual attitudes toward driving, they often use poor judgment or make bad decisions when behind the wheel. Through integrative learning techniques, the instructor helps students examine why their age group is at such high risk while driving. Participants form their own conclusions, which they are encouraged to analyze. Participants then determine whether this behavior has a negative effect on their driving and are instructed on how to take control and change this type of behavior. All participants are required to join in discussion of workbook exercises.
CJTA offers Alive at 25 (AA25), a driver improvement programs to the general public. AA25 is a course that targets drivers between the ages of 15 and 25. The program was developed by the National Safety Council and is used by some of the courts in San Juan County as diversion programs for first-time traffic offenders.
CJTA offers Defensive Driving Course (DDC-4), a driver improvement programs to the general public. DDC4 is a course that targets drivers over the age of 25. The program was developed by the National Safety Council and is used by some of the courts in San Juan County as diversion programs for first-time traffic offenders.
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