Statistics continue to show that drivers aged under 25 are most likely to have a fatal car accident.
To dig into youngsters that safe driving is vital, Ascent Training Services is running a road safety session at Wakefield Park on Wednesday, May 19.
Some 30 students aged about 13 to 14 years old, from Marist College Canberra, will learn about classroom road safety.
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Ascent Training Services ceo Steve Lake said students would also get the opportunity to drive cars on the Wakefield Park circuit.
"This gives the students, who are approaching the age to get a learners permit, the chance to experience the complexity and responsibility of driving before they get their learner licence," Mr Lake said.
"Coupled with the classroom education component, the goal is to have them leave the day having a better appreciation of the importance of safe driving.
"The students drive dual control vehicles at low speed, under the supervision of a driving instructor, but experience having to give way to other vehicles, driving in opposing directions to other vehicles."
Mr Lake said the strong relationship between his company and Wakefield Park allowed them to organise the initiative.
Although the students are from the ACT, he said most ACT drivers impact upon the Goulburn community through road crashes.
"We really need the ACT and its surrounding regions to be working together to help minimise the impact of ACT licence holder crashes in the regions, but also to promote road safety in general through the regions," he said.
There will also be some motorcycle training on the day.
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