It's put on a lot of mileage educating kids on drunk driving.
"SIDNE" the Simulated Impaired DriviNg Experience car rolls into Wilton High School for the second year in a row.
It's a funny experiment, but it's powered by a serious message.
"You're drunk and don't have control of your car 'cause you don't know what's going on." says freshman, Callie YoungBird.
"Within this community we've had a few fatalities that happened within the community with family." says J.D. YoungBird/McLean Co. Sheriff's Deputy.
As each young driver tries their hand at mastering the vehicle, kids here turned stone cold sober when the lecture gets a lot more real.
"Of the five people I've buried in the last 13 years, two of them were teenagers, freshly got their licenses." says Nathan Grubb, a Washburn funeral director.
"All it takes is two seconds to take your eyes off the road... You will either ruin your life or end your life... That has happened in our area." says Grubb.
A funeral director in Washburn for 13 years, Nathan Grubb is driving home the real consequences of not just drunk driving, but distracted driving.
"I've seen in the five years an increase in fatalities from distracted driving, it's real, we want the kids to understand, taking the risk of driving distracted isn't worth it." says Grubb.
He and Deputy YoungBird have had to deal with much worse than tipped-over cones.
"Death does occur from distracted driving and the impact that it can make on their family and friends is real." says Grubb.
Something Deputy YoungBird wants his own teen daughter to take away from the course.
"She probably understands more than the rest of the kids, because she understands when I get called at night, I do have to go." says Deputy YoungBird.
"I don't want to put anyone else's life in danger, 'cause I don't want anyone to do that to me." says Callie.
The McLean County Farm Bureau has several more SIDNE demonstrations planned.
The next one is at Garrison School on February 28th.