Teens in the Driver Seat recently appeared in USA Today in a special report section: Strategies aimed at reducing deaths among young motorists.
After a survey of 435 Cypress Falls High School students found Cy Falls teens were more likely to engage in risky driving habits than other Texas teen drivers, the school has launched Teens in the Driver Seat (TDS). “Numerous studies – and our own experience – tell us that teenagers listen to and significantly influence […]
For release: December 8, 2010 For more information: Bernie Fette Office: 979-845-2623 / Cell: 979-777-7532 Cypress Falls students launching new safety program after survey shows pattern of risky driving behaviors A recent survey shows that Cypress Falls students are more likely to engage in risky driving habits than other Texas teens, prompting the school to […]
Just because you’re being safe doesn’t mean a crash won’t happen to you. Driver inexperience is the underlying cause of teen car crashes.
The annual Click it or Ticket campaign started this week in Houston, and Teens in the Driver Seat was there to help send an urgent message to young drivers and their passengers everywhere. That message is—If you’re a teenager in a car, you should get ready to be the center of attention! Texas state troopers and your local police and sheriff’s departments will be keeping an extra close eye on you.
Teens in the Driver Seat is teaming up with the Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) to bring you the first ever Houston Area Regional Roundup to recruit new TDS schools in the Houston area.