“5 to Drive” campaign

October 18-24 is National Teen Driver Safety Week. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) urges parents and guardians of teen drivers to discuss with their teens traffic safety topics, including alcohol, texting, failure to wear seat belts, speeding, and riding with extra teen passengers.

The “5 to Drive” campaign addresses the five most dangerous and deadly behaviors for teen drivers:

  1. No alcohol 
  2. No cell phone use or texting while driving
  3. No driving or riding without a seat belt 
  4. No speeding 
  5. No extra passengers

For more information on the “5 to Drive” campaign and to read the full NHTSA article, visit their website, here:


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