The Texas Association of Counties is making it possible for Taylor County employees to log extra training on driving simulators.
The arcade-like machines are designed put a driver's skills to the test in various weather conditions like rain, snow and fog.
Throughout the course of two weeks more than 90 county employees will use the simulator.
Don Courtney, the Simulator Training Specialist, said Taylor County Deputies are tested on "pursuit" scenarios.
According to TAC, four of every 10 pursuits result in a collision and one out of every 100 pursuits results in death.
"Accidents can happen and that's one of the things I try and keep people out of by running them through a series of scenarios they may encounter," said Courtney.
The training done by TAC reduces the cost to the county by trying to reduce collisions and injuries.
Courtney said the hope is that drivers remember their mistakes and apply those lessons on the road.