MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The State Fair is the perfect place to talk about distracted driving.

Whether you’re in a golf cart or a car, all of your focus has to be on the road, which is often filled with people.

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Now the University of Minnesota hopes a new video game will hit the point home to young drivers. To see how the game works, watch the video above.

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“This is an opportunity for teens to learn about distractions and how their driving can become impaired,” said Shawn Hagg, who demoed the game at the fair’s U of M building. “They learn that and get [to be] better drivers and more attentive to the road.”

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On Sept. 15, the game will be at Ridgedale Mall in Minnetonka and available to test out again.