Massapequa High School students simulate dangers of distracted and impaired driving

The simulators from the “Save A Life Tour” showed they how quickly they can lose control of a car.

News 12 Staff

Mar 27, 2024, 9:34 PM

Updated 18 days ago

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Massapequa High School had students use virtual reality Wednesday to see the dangers of distracted and impaired driving.
The simulators from the “Save A Life Tour” showed they how quickly they can lose control of a car.
“The kids realize pretty quickly that it’s not a toy – they realize that it is impossible for your driving to be accurate while being impaired and that’s a good message for our students,” says Massapequa High School Dean of Students John Musmacker.
AAA calls Memorial Day to Labor Day the “100 Deadliest Days” for teen drivers.


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