Impaired Driving Programs
The PA DUI Safety Bug has been custom engineered to demonstrate the loss of control one would experience if operating a motor vehicle while in an impaired state. The key difference is that it’s the car – not the driver – who is “drunk.”
A trained mentor in the front passenger seat controls settings which cause the vehicle’s steering to lose its finesse and prompt the braking mechanisms to become unpredictable. The result is an unsettling episode for the teen in the driver seat who gains a firsthand glimpse of what it feels like to drive under the influence.
For more information, visit the DUI Association Website.
New drivers are often uncertain of their driving abilities, but the Safety SIMulator is one way to gain additional experience. The SIMulator also lets you drive safely under many diverse and adverse conditions, including snow, fog and heavy traffic. It allows you to feel firsthand how alcohol impairs your ability to steer and brake, and also shows the danger to you when other drivers are impaired.
For more information, visit the DUI Association Website