CCSO, in cooperation with the Florida Sheriff’s Association, is holding a Teen Driver Challenge this weekend. With car crashes the number one cause of death among young adults, FSA believes the answer to changing that is challenging the teen aged driver to be a more informed, safe and efficient driver. The Teen Driver Challenge is 12 hours of training – four hours in the class room and eight hours of practical driving on a driving range. The classroom training for the 18-high school students picked by School Resource Officers, is Friday. The practical driving exercises are Saturday at the Sarasota Criminal Justice Academy driving range in North Port.