Driving instructor Randy Fosson took members of the media for a ride in a car with a "skid monster" attached to the rear axle during a news conference Monday at a new driving pad on top of a closed, sealed landfill off of Old Frankfort Pike in Lexington. The driving pad will be used for defensive driving classes. The "skid monster" simulated a loss of traction that can be caused by ice.
Driving instructor Randy Fosson took members of the media for a ride in a car with a "skid monster" attached to the rear axle during a news conference Monday at a new driving pad on top of a closed, sealed landfill off of Old Frankfort Pike in Lexington. The driving pad will be used for defensive driving classes. The "skid monster" simulated a loss of traction that can be caused by ice. Lexington Herald-Leader
Driving instructor Randy Fosson took members of the media for a ride in a car with a "skid monster" attached to the rear axle during a news conference Monday at a new driving pad on top of a closed, sealed landfill off of Old Frankfort Pike in Lexington. The driving pad will be used for defensive driving classes. The "skid monster" simulated a loss of traction that can be caused by ice. Lexington Herald-Leader

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