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Speeders and other traffic violators may now have an alternative to driving to Kingston or Knoxville for driving school.
Harriman Police Chief Randy Heidle and Harriman City Judge Charles Crass have talked about starting a four-hour driving school.
Heidle believes the setup cost is about $1,995.
“We have the facility to actually do it at my place to actually give the classes,” he said, referring to facilities at police headquarters in South Harriman.
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