Students find themselves a little over the limit PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 18 June 2013 09:24

Liberal High School students get a chance to experience effects of driving under the influence last week. These driver education students all got their turn driving National Carriers’ and National Beef’s new golf cart in the impaired driving program. The students found out that it was no easy task driving through a sea of traffic cones with the impairment goggles on. These goggles make them experience a .08 blood alcohol level. Many of the traffic cones are showing some major damage after kids have hit, ran over and dragged them through the parking lot. Several times the cart had to be tipped up on its side to remove several of the cones. Cones are easily replaced, but these cones are representing crashes or even hitting a pedestrian, which are not so easy to replace. Students learned just how bad it could be if they were behind the wheel while impaired. L&T photo/Chris Linenbroker

 
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