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8.10.13

Keep Them Safe #Giveaway

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Let me start by saying I am all about driver safety... I feel you can never be too careful, as you don't have to worry just about your driving, but you have to worry about those around you.
For Christmas one year, I gave one of my stepsons a car safety kit for a gift.  I knew he was turning 16 soon and I wanted to know that I could try and help keep him as safe as possible. Hey, my parents gave me one as a gift....  It is all about the love!!!
Well, I wanted to make sure we had one for us to be safe, so I was glad to have a chance to share some safety tips with you!


      Tip 1: Help your kids become safer drivers by talking openly about your expectations and rules for when they’re behind the wheel, such as never texting or using their cell phones while driving.
     Consider negotiating a Teen Driving Contract that requires your teen to avoid driving dangers, such as texting, driving under the influence and not wearing a seat belt. The NAIC even has a customizable Teen Driving Contract to get you started!
·         Tip 2: No matter how safe or prepared you or your teens may be, accidents happen. In the event you or your teen drivers are involved in an auto accident, make sure everyone knows what steps to take to stay safe and protect their identities when exchanging information for a claim.
     The NAIC’s free WreckCheck app  walks you through what to do — and not do — after an accident. The app helps users collect necessary information on the spot, then immediately emails a report to your home and your insurance agent. The app can be found online at iTunes® and Google Play® or by searching “NAIC” at the iTunes store or Android market.
·         Tip 3: Adding a teen driver to your auto insurance policy can be costly. Make sure both you and your teen drivers understand all the insurance implications of how even minor fender-benders can add up.
Insureuonline.org is an unbiased resource to help you and your teen drivers get educated about the risks and insurance implications of unsafe driving.



I was very impressed when we received the Auto Safety Kit.  It was nicely packed in a great (and easy to carry) travel bag.  They even had a First Aid Kit and  GLOVES!   







    

Now, one lucky winner can win a car safety kit just like the one we received.
(It would make an AWESOME gift if you don't need one for your car!)
Auto Safety Kit Includes: approx. $50 value; complete with first aid kit, booster cables, tow straps, flashlight, reflective triangles and more

Make sure you visit the TEEN DRIVING 101 INFOGRAPHIC - lots of interesting statistics on there! 


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5 comments:

  1. I learned to Set a driving curfew. More than 40 percent of teen auto deaths occur between the hours of 9 p.m. and 6 a.m.

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  2. I've gifted things like this to the teens in the family too.

    For the giveaway, I learned that teen drivers who don't follow the 'number of passengers permitted in the car' rule risk losing their insurance.

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  3. I learned that 97% of teens say texting while driving is dangerous, but 43% admit to doing it.

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  4. I learned that if someone was driving in a way that scared them only 44% of teens would speak up.

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  5. I learned that 43% of teenagers still text even thought they know it dangerous

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