Montgomery County Brings in 3D Driving Simulator

A driving simulator is testing some of the state's road warriors.

For the second year in a row Montgomery County Sheriff's Deputies and all other county employees were asked to strap into a driving simulator to help train for the "on the road" experience.

Montgomery County Commissioner Reed Ingram says it's a great way to help those who are constantly taking risks to help others.

Commissioner Ingram believes sheriff's deputies probably have the largest percentage of vehicle damage. This program helps reduce the state's accident expenses.