Some teenagers spent the day working on becoming better drivers by taking advantage of a free class offered by the Franklin Police Department.
Six Williamson County students have died in car accidents since November.
The class was designed to show teenagers the behaviors police officers see on the road that contribute to crashes.
“So it's not a driving course to teach them how to drive,” said Rachel Gober. “It's something to show them good driving behaviors and start them out right.”
Another class has been planned for May. For more information, click here.
.We had a great time with these teens today, who joined us in giving a #ThumbsDown to #DistractedDriving pic.twitter.com/Hqi5i1X7eb
— Franklin Police Dept (@FranklinTNPD) April 8, 2017