ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Instructors at an Albany Driving School are preparing for the usual rise of people having to take DUI classes during the summer.
Instructor Laura Storm says the potential for crashes is already high because more people tend to be on the road.
She says often times folks have parties, and some people make the decision to drink and drive.
“That's another area where we are going to have more students in the summer because we have a lot more people drinking and having parties, and maybe getting into the car afterwards,” says Doco Driving School Instructor Laura Storm.
The DUI classes are 20 hours split over a three day period from Friday through Sunday.