WrightROAD 4 Teens Class

The WrightROAD 4 Teens Class is for juvenile offenders (under age 18) of traffic/motorized vehicle offenses.

Teens may be referred to a traffic safety education class from District Court as part of a teens sentencing or probation requirement.

Teens, along with at least one parent, must attend the 2-hour course that focuses on teen driving risks, responsibilities, and consequences. The course is interactive and involves a variety of teaching methods to meet an array of learning styles.

If you are the parent of a teen who might benefit from a course like this, but the teen has not received a citation, please contact Safe Communities of Wright County for information on course availability, fees, and registration. All courses held at the Wright County Law Enforcement Center, 3800 Braddock Avenue NE, Buffalo, MN.

Please Contact Us if you are interested.

What can I do?

What can I do?

Seat belts save lives. Every person should buckle up in every seat every time.

Drive safe, drive smart, and drive the speed limit.

Crashes aren't accidents. Pay attention always!

Buzzed driving is drunk driving. Impairment begins with the first drink. Never drive drunk or get into a vehicle with a drunk driver!


How you can help?

If you are in the Wright County area and interested in volunteering to help us save lives through safer roads, we would love to hear from you. We are always looking for volunteer speakers to share personal crash stories, office support, community education and event representatives.

If you are interested in volunteering for Safe Communities of Wright County, please Contact Us.