What’s driving these fatal crash declines? Graduated driving licensing, parental involvement, driver education and training, impactful peer-to-peer programs, and vehicle technology and teen-specific apps. In discussing peer-to-peer programs, authors called out the Teens in the Driver Seat program (see page 23 of the report) and the positive impact it has had.
A fast-paced game to show how easy it is to buckle up.
Supporting materials to encourage teens to practice safe walking and biking practices, along with a pre-recorded presentation (Youtube & PDF), Kahoot, and activity sheet.
This fun cup-stacking activity can be used to bring awareness to impaired driving and help you start a conversation with your peers about the negative effects impairment has on a person’s ability to complete simple tasks and how teens can speak up for their safety.
Dress up for nighttime driving awareness by wearing neon colors to school.
When your team signs up for Teens in the Driver Seat each year, your welcome email includes survey information and instructions. These anonymous surveys are a great way to get […]