Boys and Girls Clubs of So. NV announces Automotive Life Skills Clinics for teen drivers.
“These are vital lessons in the proper care and feeding, operation and function of the car.
Automotive Life Skills are truly life lessons every driver will use for the rest of their driving lives.
The classes include how to save money on teen driver insurance premiums, legal responsibilities and liabilities,
and the correct procedure when being pulled over by law enforcement officers,” offers Sarah Lee Marks, the program coordinator.
The teens participating in the 4 hour program will receive 3 credit hours of Drivers Education in the form of a completion certificate.
They will also be eligible to participate in future ZTF events including Drivers Edge.
“Our driving experts will give the attendees vital information which could save their lives.
Empowering teens to be able to take care of the car and themselves in emergency situations is a huge life lesson,
and one we all hope they never have to use.
All too often we hear the sad aftermath stories of things not going well because of a lack of knowledge.
These clinics are great teaching opportunities for parents and their loved ones.”
Attendees will be fully involved in lots of fun, interactive and hands-on experiences under the hood, behind the wheel and more.
Automotive Life Skills-FREE CLINICS- Boys and Girls Clubs of So. Nevada
PARENTS WELCOME TO ATTEND!
Automotive Life Skills Clinics Registration OPEN!
Register Now! Space is limited.
Certificates will be given.
All attendees will completing the program will be eligible
to WIN A Tablet!
Clinics will be held at Clubhouses across the Valley
during school vacation days and holidays.
Free transportation will be available from other clubhouses
to the event location.
Register NOW by calling 702-521-7546
or use the form below…
ABOUT ZERO TEEN FATALITIES
Zero Teen Fatalities educates young drivers about the importance of being safe behind the wheel.
Zero Teen Fatalities increases awareness of the impact of seat-belt usage and the dangers of impaired
and distracted driving, as well as speeding and aggressive driving,
which are all critical safety issues for this age group.
Our goal is to empower teens to spread the word among their peers about the consequences of unsafe driving
behaviors and in turn, save lives.
GET INVOLVED Zero Teen Fatalities uses a combination of school and classroom presentations, assemblies,
administrator/educator meetings, parent presentations, driver’s education classes, and other venues and
events to spread awareness about teen driving issues. The program hosts a variety of challenges to encourage
teens to develop and spread traffic safety messages to their classmates, friends and family members.
Compete against high schools, advisors and teens! Your school earns points for every student registered
and spreads traffic safety messages to their classmates, friends and family via their social media profiles.
Registered students will also have the opportunity to participate in challenges to earn points throughout the school year.
In April, top schools, advisors and students will be invited to attend a special,
recognition weekend to include an invite-only Driver’s Edge event, where they will be recognized for their outstanding work.
Sponsored by the Nevada Office of Traffic Safety in partnership
with the Nevada Department of Transportation
About Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada:
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada is a nonprofit organization that operates 14 facilities
and two summer outreach programs in Southern Nevada, and serves more than 22,000 youth in Las Vegas,
North Las Vegas, Henderson, Southern Highlands and Summerlin.
These Clubhouses offer children ages K-12th grade a variety of daily creative, fun and educational programs.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most,
to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
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For more information visit www.bgcsnv.org or call 702-367-2582.
SMARTeen Driver was founded by Sarah Lee Marks to teach new drivers critical skills in the life of owning and driving a vehicle.
In 2016 she approached the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada and
The Nevada Office of Traffic Safety to introduced a unique program called Automotive Life Skills.