Sioux Falls, SD (KSFY) Whether its deer or winter weather, new drivers need to know what to do in a tricky situation.
This Saturday, many teens in Sioux Falls had the chance to learn about winter driving safety and car repair.
The C.R.A.S.H. Clinic, or car repair and safety help clinic, was held at the W.H. Lyon fairgrounds Saturday, giving teens the chance to get under the hood, check tire treads, get tips on driving in winter weather and much more.
"Our target is the new teen drivers, kids that are just starting to drive or even the little more experienced drivers. The ones they know how to drive the car but there's a little bit more to driving a car than just sitting behind a wheel," South Dakota Safety Village Executive Director Tonya Ahrendt said.
Schulte Subaru loaned cars to the class for practice. About 25 teens came out for this weekend's C.R.A.S.H. clinic.