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Renaissance High School student Cooper Davis tries the distracted driving simulator on Tuesday, Jan. 30./Photo by Matt Blois. By MATT BLOIS Renaissance High School student Cooper Davis wore virtual reality goggles as he drove down a computer generated street using one of the new distracted driving simulators purchased by Williamson County Schools to stop students …
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