Students at Bowling Green and Lake will be able to use an interactive distracted driving simulator. The
Peers Foundation, nationwide health and wellness foundation based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, is
partnering with General Motors to teach about the dangers of texting while driving.
The events are set for April 5 all day at Bowling Green High School and at Lake High School on April 7.
According to a press release, this safe, augmented reality environment exposes users to to the dangers of
distractions such as phone calls, texting, and social media use while driving to educate teens about
vehicle and roadway safety.