Teacher 2 Teen
With so many gadgets available for our vehicles, it is easy to see how one might become distracted while driving. Moreover, an increase in the number of gadgets increases the risk of injury or even death due to distracted driving.
Teens Drive Smart, a teen driving safety education program presented by Bridgestone, believes that safe driving behaviors are learned years before a driver sits behind the wheel. As an educator, you are in the best possible role to illustrate to students what distracted driving looks like and to start conversations about safe driving practices.
We know you have a limited amount of classroom time, but we believe it is important to make time to discuss the growing epidemic of distracted driving.