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Organization use simulator to encourage drivers to "Arrive Alive"

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SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) -

Students and staff at a local college got a lesson in drunk and distracted driving.

"Arrive Alive" strives to keep kids from driving drunk, and texting behind the wheel.

They traveled to Western Iowa Tech Community College, today, to show students what it is like driving impaired and distracted. "It differs from person to person but I definitely think that it does shed some light on to really how much attention it takes away from driving," said Chris Bennet, Team Leader.

The "Arrive Alive" tour goes to schools across the country to teach about the dangers of impaired driving.

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