Ways to Take Action
Teens in the Driver Seat® relies on the voices of teens talking to other teens to help save lives. Here’s a few reasons why peer-to-peer is the best way to deliver safety messages:
- You can help reduce the risk of injury and death among your friends when you speak up
- You have a voice and your friends listen to you
- Peer helpers have more credibility and a better understanding of teen concerns and pressures
- You can learn life skills of effective communication and leadership
- You can connect to friends, your school, and your community
- You can learn to be an effective role model
These pages are full of great resources for you to download and use, and it’s all FREE! We do ask you complete a download request form for print and presentation items so we may better track and develop useful and informative items.
Activity Ideas – Needing something more interactive with safety messaging? This is the place for you.
Activity Resources – Find risk specific materials that you can use for school and community activities.
Posters, Presentations and Images – Find logos, posters, fact sheets, an interactive presentation and more.
Respect the Rig campaign – Thanks to our sponsor, FMCSA, we developed large truck and bus safety information for teens to use on their campus.
Videos – watch student videos and Teens in the Driver Seat® produced videos.
Parent Information – Teen drivers need the support of parents to help them stay safe. Information great for sharing with parents by teens.
Speaker and Educator Resources – Teens in the Driver Seat resources are designed to be presented by teens, but we understand sometimes you want another voice for your event. This page is packed full of great resources and speakers to help with your event.
Bobblehead Quiz – Think you know the most about safe driving? Test your knowledge with these smarty bobbleheads.
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