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Since 2002 Teens in the Driver Seat has reached over 1,250 schools and 1.3 million teens Car crashes are the number one killer of teens in America and for every […]
Texas schools have the opportunity to participate with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to educate your friends about seat belts during the annual Teen Click It or Ticket. It’s easy to participate and an important message to get out since teens are the most likely to NOT wear their seat belts and seat belts save thousands of lives each year.
Secretary of State , Hope Andrade, hosted Teens in the Driver Seat for a Day at the Capitol on May 4.
More than 200 teens and safety professionals gathered on Saturday, November 14, at El Paso Community College for the second annual Teens in the Driver Seat (TDS) Summit. That’s 31 high schools, 15 cities, 4 states, and 2 countries that were represented by attendees at the Summit.