Road Safety workshops for pupils at Anderson and Brae high schools on Shetland will take place on Friday.
The local authority’s road safety unit is co-ordinating the “Driving Ambition” workshops.
They aim to increase road safety awareness and reduce the risk of accidents among older teenagers who may either be taking driving lessons or already have passed their driving test.
Each workshop will include interactive road safety presentations from the police, fire and ambulance services, with examples of the dangers of the road and the causes of accidents.
There will also be a hands-on session on basic car maintenance led by a trained mechanic.
A driving instructor will also be attending to give information on driving lessons, and how to pass your test.
There will also be a practical illustration of the need to wear a seatbelt using the ‘Seatbelt Convincer’, where willing volunteers experience a low impact collision to persuade them of the benefits of being securely strapped into a vehicle.