Traffic school

Students involved in the driver education program participated in a voluntary traffic stop.

Students involved in the driver education program at Lamoille Union High School found a new way to learn about driver safety from participating in a voluntary traffic stop.

Vermont State Trooper Clay Knight presented students with a voluntary traffic stop and walked students through documentation authentication, safe behaviors within the vehicle and education benefits of traffic stops.

One student said, “When I get my driver’s license, I am planning to avoid traffic stops, but it feels good to have gone through one in a parking lot with Trooper Knight.”

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