You’re An Awesome Driver...But Is Your Teenager?
Did you know that one of the most dangerous years in a person’s life is the first 12 months after receiving their driver’s license? When it comes to safe driving, there’s no substitute for experience and parental involvement. So how can you be sure your teen will know how to handle all driving situations (bad weather, night driving, rowdy passengers...)? The National Safety Council recommends parents spend at least 30 minutes per week riding in the car with their newly-licensed teen.
Even if you don’t have newly-licensed teen drivers, we’re sure you have safe-driving tips you can share to help everyone on the road.
Please join us for our “Drive It Home” Twitter Party, as we discuss tips on how to keep teens safe on the road – before and after they get their license.
This party is brought to you by our friends at The Allstate Foundation and National Safety Council, organizations that take teen safe driving very seriously. In fact, they’ve partnered on “Drive It Home,” a program that features an interactive website with engaging videos, practice tips, and other valuable resources. We encourage you to visit www.driveithome.org
Who: All drivers, parents, and parents of teen drivers
What: The Allstate Foundation and National Safety Council “Drive it Home” Twitter Party
When: Monday, June 17 at 1pm PT / 4pm ET
Where: On Twitter! CleverTweets coming soon!
Follow: @Clever_Network, @DriveitHome
Prizes: $50 and $100 Gas Cards!
Share the love by Tweeting this out:
Keep teens safe on the road! Join our @DriveitHome Twtr pty 6/17 at 1pm PT! RSVP http://clvr.li/17F0Tnj