During the spring of 2018, Teens in the Driver Seat (TDS) supported an activity at TDS schools to decrease electronic use among teen drivers and adult drivers who transport students.
“Be the change you wish to see in the world” – Mahatma Ghandi When you read Ghandi’s words, he inspires you to get up, re-evaluate our world and think about how you can make a difference in issues facing our society. There are many challenges teens face, but one major threat occurs when we get […]
While having a fun shopping day at the mall it ended quickly when someone hit the back of our car. Me, my mother, and my sister where leaving to head home, my mom looked both ways and saw no one coming. She pulled out and we were jerked forward and heard a crash. Someone had […]
by Gabriella Medina A report by Liberty Mutual found that two-thirds of teens mirrored parents’ distracted driving habits. Teens have been told time and time again not to drive distracted, and research shows parents/guardians could actually be good deterrents to risky driving behavior, but it starts with parents recognizing and changing their poor driving habits. As you may […]
75 Percent of Teens Say Their Parents Drive Distracted If you’re a parent, you want to teach your kids to be smart and safe behind the wheel. It’s right there in the job description. But recent data gathered by Aceable—a mobile-first provider of online drivers-education and defensive-driving courses—suggests parents might be telling more than showing. […]
The activity, Zero Crazy, is in its fourth year and consists of a pre-observation, three weeks of messaging, a post-observation, and a pizza party for the schools that completed and returned all observation data.