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TROOPERS BRING DRIVING SIMULATOR TO RHEA COUNTY HIGH

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The Tennessee Highway Patrol visited Rhea County High School with their driving simulator for the students in the driver’s education class. The simulator is used to discourage distracted driving and encourage seatbelt use. Lt. John Harmon and Sgt Alan Bailey gave the students this opportunity to try the simulator in a safe environment in hopes that it will safe a life. The Rhea County Sheriff’s Office and the Tennessee Highway Patrol discourage distracted driving not only for teens but adults.

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