Audi Club Wisconsin and Gundersen Health System present two Teen Car Control Clinics – Saturday, April 21, 2018 or Sunday, April 22, 2018 in La Crosse, WI.
The Teen Car Control Clinic is a program that aims to reduce the likelihood of teenagers being involved in motor vehicle accidents. Being new drivers, there is an increased risk of injury for many reasons, one being an overall lack of experience behind the well. By offering both in-class and behind-the-wheel education, the Teen Car Control Clinic looks to increase skills and knowledge of handling a car in challenging situations on the road. At the La Crosse clinics, we are able to reach over 100 teens and their parents each year. The goal of the program is to create smarter and more confident drivers in our community.
Both teens and parents give positive feedback about the experience, some examples of which include:
“Keep up the great work. You guys changed my attitude around.” Anonymous Teen, 2017
“It was a fun, safe environment to learn how to react in life-threatening situations.” Anonymous Teen, 2017
“Lots of hands on for the teen, explanation of instructions, alternating of classroom and driving.” Anonymous Parent, 2017
“My 2 older daughters have taken TCCC and have used the information they have learned and the practice in real life situations.” Anonymous Parent, 2017
To register, visit www.gundersenhealth.org/teencar
For more information: contact Megan Anderson, Trauma and Injury Prevention Coordinator at Gundersen Health System, at 608-775-2011 or [email protected]