Teen Driver Challenge

Florida Sheriff’s Association:  www.fsateendriverchallenge.com

Did you know….? Traffic crashes occur every 12 seconds in the United States. Vehicular crashes are the No. 1 cause of deaths among young adults. If you are a teen driver, 16-19 years of age, you are more likely to be killed in an automobile crash than any other way.

The first step in reducing these statistics begins with you and the challenge to become a more informed, safer and efficient driver. The Teen Driver Challenge course, which is offered at no cost to students, will provide you with the knowledge and hands-on experience to reduce your chances of being involved in a crash.

Don’t wait to take the “Challenge.” Register to participate in this well executed and dynamic training that could save your life and the lives of your friends. Classes are open to young drivers for 15 to 19 years old. Classes fill up quickly, so contact Mrs. Elizabeth Sheppard (904) 966-6175 or Sgt. Mike McKenzie (904)966-6306 for more information and find out how to sign up.

For your convenience, you may also click here for the Application and simply turn it in to Mrs. Elizabeth Sheppard or Sgt. David Schlofman at the BCSO.

Teen Driver Challenge Schedule 

Classroom Instructions

Date/Time: Friday, Feb 25th, 2014. 6 PM – 10 PM

Location: Bradford County Sheriff’s Office, Starke, Florida

Driving Range

Date/Time: Saturday, March 1st,2014. 8 AM – 4 PM

Location:  Bradford County Fairgrounds, Hwy 301 & Market Rd.

Class dates for Teen Driver Challenge

Friday, Feb 28th                 6pm-10-pm        EOC Room,         Classroom Instruction

Saturday,  March 1st            8am-4pm           Fairgrounds,       Driving Range