Admit it parents, it takes a lot of patience-and maybe nerves-to teach your teenager to drive, but help is available to make to the task easier.
The Mesa County Health Department, Grand Junction Police Department and others are teaming up for a class called "teaching your teen to drive," which will help parents become effective driving instructors and understand Colorado's driver's license law.
The free one–hour class is offered three consecutive weeks starting on Wednesday, September 27th. For more information call the Mesa County Health Department and ask for Celeste.
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