TORONTO, ON — From August 4 to 7, Toronto-area kids are invited to the race track as kartSTART presented by Toyota puts on its annual hands-on drivers’ safety education program.
New this year: Two professionally designed go-karts have been made accessible for some kids living with physical disabilities to promote inclusivity. The accessible go-karts look and perform the same as the other karts, but with hand-controlled throttle and braking incorporated into the design of the steering wheel. Now, some kids living with physical disabilities affecting their lower limbs can be included in the fun!
Who: Kids aged 10–16 years old. (Led by retired professional race car driver Russ Bond and his team of instructors.)
What: An interactive driver safety education program using go-karts to help kids establish an early foundation for safe and responsible driving.
Where: Sunset Speedway
6918 Yonge St.
When: Eight half-day sessions to choose from between SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 2019 and WEDNESDAY AUGUST 7, 2019
Cost: $79 + Taxes. This includes training, professional racing kart, helmet and safety suit, as well as lunch.
Spots are limited and fill up quickly so register now!
For more information or to register, go to https://www.kartstart.ca/registrations?category=Toronto.