Toyota believes continuing the program will reducing teen driving fatalities, while educating teens and parents about the dangers of distracted driving.
“Safety has been Toyota’s top priority,” said Carson Toyota’s General Manager, Marty Brylski, “We are glad we are able to give back to Toyota owners by offering them a free safety program,” he said.
The program will offer the opportunity to learn defensive driving skills and accident avoidance techniques. It will also help identify the dangerous driving situations that they encounter daily. It will also allow teens to experience firsthand the dangers of distracted driving and understand the relationship between distraction and reaction time. The program will also allow the driver to understand vehicle dynamics and safety features.
Participating teenagers must be between the ages of 15-19 and have a valid driver's license or learner's permit; registration for the Toyota Driving Expectations program are online at: www.toyotadrivingexpectations.com.
A parent or guardian is required to attend the Toyota Driving Expectations program, parents learn the best practices to promote responsible driving habits with their teen drivers, providing them with tips about how to continue improving driving skills at home.
The program began in 2004, nearly 16,000 teens and parents have gained critical defensive driving skills and learned firsthand how everyday distractions, to which new drivers are especially prone, can have unexpected, dangerous consequences.
Carson Toyota has been serving Southern California residents since 1974. With an inventory of more than 1,000 new and pre-owned vehicles in stock, a knowledgeable sales staff, expert factory-trained technicians and a state-of-the-