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Crash course

In Weymouth, a program teaches drivers what to do when the going gets tough

Swerving, sudden braking, and tailgating are in the curriculum at In Control Advanced Driver Training.
Swerving, sudden braking, and tailgating are in the curriculum at In Control Advanced Driver Training. (Globe Staff Photos / David L. Ryan) Globe Staff Photos / David L. Ryan
By Bella English
Globe Staff / February 11, 2006

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Why would anyone pay good money to go out to an abandoned air strip, strap into a car, and execute maneuvers that seem suicidal and insane? (Full article: 1012 words)

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