Do you remember, as a teenager, when you yearned for freedom on the road as you sat through that tedious driver’s ed class in school? Andy Denick has been teaching driving for 40 years and finds it anything but boring. Denick points out to Turi the importance of driver’s ed for potential motorists, especially for those who never attended such a class in high school, as he recounts the troubles and fun of teaching people to drive.
How are our teens driving?
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