Drive Blind Day 2019

Students and Master Drive staff pose around car.Student, in the driver's seat, feels the steering wheel, while man watches.Experiencing the thrill of driving, seven high school students who are blind or visually impaired enjoyed this teenage right of passage.  Through Master Drive, students, who cannot safely or legally operate a vehicle on the street, drove a car with dual brake controls, encountered the slalom course and skid pad, and enjoyed an extraordinary, educational experience. This  driving clinic provided coaches in each car, giving verbal directions and ensuring safety.                             Fox21 News story

Seven students listen to instructions in the parking lot.