Don't Become A Statistic

Know the Rules of the Road as a Teen Driver

Texting & Driving Kills More Than 3,000 Teens Each Year

Don't become a statistic and turn off your phone when you are driving. Texting and driving kills teens like yourself over 3,000 times a year. says, "Sending or reading a text takes your eyes off the road for 4.6 seconds. At 55 mph, that's like driving the length of an entire football field, blindfolded. It's extraordinarily dangerous."

Are you guilty of putting your life on the line?

When you don't wear a seatbelt you are putting YOUR life on the line. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says, "Teens buckle up far less than adults do," and that the "seat belt use among teens and young adults (16 to 24 years old) stood at 80 percent in 2008 – the lowest of any age group,''

Texting While Driving & Not Wearing Seatbelts Are Not The Only Problem...

Lot's of things can be distracting when first starting to drive. Waiting until later to do what you need to do is a good way to stay safe on the road. Distracting things that people do while driving include putting on make-up, eating fast-food, and lack of sleep. You can avoid these things by waiting till you get to where you're going to fix your make-up, wait to re-heat and eat your food at home, and knowing when not to drive when you are too tired to handle the car.

You can meet 100,000 people in your lifetime. Don't cut it short because you needed to send a text on the road.

Take the pledge against texting and driving today.