Hugh Carey, Deseret News
Ford Driving Skills for Life is continuing its 2014 national tour at Manheim Utah in Woods Cross, offering free advanced behind-the-wheel training for teen drivers on Friday and Saturday. The program is partnering with the Governors Highway Safety Association and the Utah Highway Safety Office. New curriculum tackles new trends such as driving selfies.
Sessions 7:30 a.m.-noon and 1-5:30 p.m. Each session has room for 100 teens.
- Was pregnancy rumor a factor in killing of...
- Two men charged with vandalizing LDS church...
- Missing oilfield worker's body found near Vernal
- Jenna Kim Jones: The new, cool face of Mormonism
- Father says daughter was stabbed 46 times
- Chris and Sally Mart create a refuge for...
- Group meeting in Salt Lake to plan 2015 World...
- Teen accused of killing 15-year-old makes...
- Utahns not as strongly opposed to... 85
- Love not attending Salt Lake City... 60
- Federal government extends same-sex... 40
- Group meeting in Salt Lake to plan 2015... 27
- Autopsy shows man posed no threat to... 25
- Jenna Kim Jones: The new, cool face of... 20
- Support for statewide nondiscrimination... 17
- Police arrest 3 suspected of... 16