Defensive driving course set for Sept. 7

8/31/2013

A defensive driving course being offered by Garden City Community

A defensive driving course being offered by Garden City Community

College could save a life, reduce liability insurance 5 to 10 percent

and reduce collision insurance.

The class is scheduled for 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 7 in the John

Collins Technical Building at GCCC. The cost is $75 per person and

includes textbook and testing-certification.

Pre-registration is required. Make checks payable to GCCC and mail

the registration form and registration fee to: Team-T/DPS, GCCC, 801

Campus Drive, Garden City, KS 67846, or hand-deliver to the Dept. of

Public Safety, John Collins Building, GCCC.

Students of the course will learn to avoid accidents by identifying

and responding to risky attitudes and hazards. This course is widely

used by courts, municipalities, schools, business and industry,

government and the general public for driver improvement.

A few course objectives include increasing knowledge about defensive

driving, motivating drivers to take personal responsibilities for their

own roadway behavior and identifying personal behavior choices and

decisions to avoid collisions and violations.

For more information, call 276-9629 or email belen.terrones@gcccks.edu.

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