BYRON -- Police are offering a two-hour course Thursday on teen driving.
The Georgia Teens Ride with P.R.I.D.E., or Parents Reducing Injuries and Driver Error, program is from 6-8 p.m. at the Byron Municipal Complex conference room, said Byron police Lt. Bryan Hunter.
The free class is designed to help parents and guardians become more aware of their own driving behaviors, teach them how to help their teens become safe drivers and instruct them on what to do during the supervised practice driving time.
The course also is designed to address attitudes and driving behaviors of novice teen drivers, according to a Byron police news release.
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The class does not include any hands-on driving, Hunter said.
A teenager and at least one parent or guardian must register to attend. Call the Georgia Traffic Injury Prevention Institute at 678-413-4281 or 800-342-9819 to register or to request more information.