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Partnership brings driver's ed cars to Lincoln-Way high schools

Pictured, from left, are Lincoln-Way Central driver's education teacher Terrence Browne, Evan Chesta, Abbie Chesta, Lincoln-Way West Assistant Superintendent of Business Brad Cauffman, Lincoln-Way West Superintendent Scott Tingley, Phillips Chevrolet President Curtis Pascarella, Phillips Chevrolet GEneral Manager Mike Maheras, Lara Abuata, Emily Jarecki and Lincoln-Way Central driver's ed teacher Marna Haas.
Pictured, from left, are Lincoln-Way Central driver's education teacher Terrence Browne, Evan Chesta, Abbie Chesta, Lincoln-Way West Assistant Superintendent of Business Brad Cauffman, Lincoln-Way West Superintendent Scott Tingley, Phillips Chevrolet President Curtis Pascarella, Phillips Chevrolet GEneral Manager Mike Maheras, Lara Abuata, Emily Jarecki and Lincoln-Way Central driver's ed teacher Marna Haas.

Two new drivers education cars have rolled into Lincoln-Way Central thanks to a new partnership with Phillips Chevrolet.

At the May 16, 2019 meeting, the Lincoln-Way 210 Board of Education approved a three-year driver education car lease agreement with Phillips Chevrolet, Inc.

The district’s current driver education cars are at end-of-life and need replacement.

Phillips Chevrolet will lease nine new driver education cars on a three-year lease basis at no cost to the district. The remaining seven cars will be delivered in the next few weeks.

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