‘Distractology’ begins Monday at Stamford school

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Trinity Catholic High School will soon begin its "Distractology" program -- a mobile simulator experience.

It's designed to show new drivers exactly how dangerous it is to text and drive.

New drivers will get the experience of how distractions interfere with their ability to react on the road, see hidden hazards, and avoid accidents while safely behind the wheel of a driving simulator.

Students with a learners permit or license can sign up for a 45-minute session.

The sessions start Monday.

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