Driver's education for students at Georgia's West Forsyth High School includes high-tech driving simulators, USA Today reports. The simulators--which include three computer screens that comprise the windshield, as well as a steering wheel, turn signals, foot pedals, ignition, and gear lever--assess students as they "drive" and score them at the end. For many of these students, it's their first "behind the wheel" experience. "I think it's a good alternative to actually driving the real thing," says Travis Keeler, 15, a 10th-grader who's never driven. "It does a good job of preparing me to drive." His teacher, Robert Fuller, says the...

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