Nearly 6, teens die each year in car crashes, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Crashes cause more teen deaths each year than drugs, violence or suicide. With the exception of the summer May through August , October is the deadliest month for teen drivers. The leaders discussed ways to tackle the teen driving problem on their own terms with online and on-the-ground activities.
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New 'Holiday Holla' contest invites teens to 'carol-aoke' online and help save teen lives during the holidays. This holiday season, teens from across the country literally will be "singing a different tune" in an unconventional approach to reducing the number of teen deaths caused by car crashes -- the No. Keep the Drive -- a teen-led smart driving movement funded by The Allstate Foundation -- invites teens to participate in "Holiday Holla," a contest that challenges teens to rewrite and perform traditional holiday carols with new, catchy lyrics about smart driving. Participants will raise awareness about teen deaths associated with car crashes in the first online "carol-aoke" contest of its kind. By rewriting songs such as "I Have a Little Dreidel" possible new version: "I Have a Lovely Sable" or "Deck the Halls" possible new version: "Deck the Streets" , teens will "holla" about driving smart this holiday season. The contest's innovative approach may be just what teens need to get their peers and classmates to "tune in" to smart driving.
The text message or your life? The answer may seem obvious, but texting and driving continues to be an issue. What will it take for this movement to stop?
The national award program, sponsored by The Allstate Foundation, is an annual creative writing and journalism competition that encourages teens to address the number one killer of teens in the U. Students were challenged to write and submit an original article published in the school newspaper, or write and produce a news segment aired within the high school. Entries were required to focus on a teen safe driving topic and the submissions covered such areas as seatbelt usage, distracted driving and drunk driving. Winners were selected with the help of Quill and Scroll, the international honorary society for high school journalists. Louis, Mo. The Allstate Foundation provides a variety of resources for teens to learn more about staying safe on the road and raise awareness for smart driving among their peers.