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Reality Education for Drivers (RED Program) – College Station
The RED program’s primary goal is to steer young drivers toward safer driving habits and away from possible citations while on the road – to drive sober, safely, securely and within the speed limits. The class curriculum is designed to help participants change their attitudes about the choices they make, so in turn, they will want to change their behaviors by making better choices when traveling, either behind the wheel or as passengers.
Standard classes are five hours in length that include information-based presentations, guest speakers, educational resources, interactive discussions about current traffic safety trends, and impactful videos that deliver the realities of actual traffic incidents – stories of fatalities and serious injuries that have changed lives forever. A video tour of CHI St. Joseph’s Regional Health’s Emergency/Trauma Center and the morgue, and/or Odessa’s Memorial Center Hospital, hosted by the hospitals’ professional staffs are insightful features of the class.
(In-Person classes are conducted in at 1470 William D. Fitch Parkway in College Station, TX)