The Student Association, as well as police, put on this event. They hope it's an eye opener for students, making them aware of the risks they could face walking around town.
Jonathan Counts got to see firsthand what it's like to drive drunk in an impaired go-cart.
"The second time around when I made the turn I could tell that something had happened. The steering was different, the speed had increased, I could feel like I wanted to do something but that car wouldn't do it,” said Jonathan Counts, a TCC student.
The go-kart, known as Sidne, has a remote control that turns on the ability impaired mode. Sidne is visiting high schools and colleges across Florida.
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