Mercer County (N.J.) schools awarded driving simulators

Monday, June 10, 2013

New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance of Ewing awarded the 55 simulators, worth a total of $700,000, to every school that participated in the Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey’s Champion Schools Program, the company said. The company announced the gifts at the third annual “U Got Brains” event in Freehold yesterday, which promoted safe driving practices.

The schools awarded the simulators included Princeton High School, Trenton High School West and Villa Victoria Academy in Ewing.

Princeton High driver’s education teacher Kelsey O’Gorman said she and the seven students that took part in the competition and attended the event had no idea they would get a simulator.

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