To be inducted into the
"It's a great feeling ... and it makes me smile," Black said. "I'm being safe for myself and the people around me."
Black, 55, started at
Although she's proud of her 25-year record, Black said it didn't come without a daily struggle.
"You've got people coming at you left and right," she said.
A lot has changed since she started, with distracted driving and cellphone use topping the list of newer traffic challenges. She credits the extensive and continual driver training
"They're very good tools," said
Lui said he also taught it to his teenager daughter and has had requests to talk to other teens about safe driving and offer tips.
"It's important because we save lives, and we make it home to our families every day," Black said of the training and the accomplishment.
A gold-colored 25-year patch now adorns the breast of her
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