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Teens Commit to Safe Driving for Celebrate My Drive


Learning to drive is a big step in life. Celebrate My Drive® and State Farm® recognize that getting a driver’s license is an important and exciting time in the life of a teen. The program celebrates this milestone with new drivers – instead of scaring them – to help them make positive choices and stay safe on the road.

Car crashes have been the No. 1 killer of teens for more than three decades, and the first year behind the wheel is the most dangerous. Working together, we can reduce teen crashes and deaths, and help teens celebrate getting where they want to go safely.

Celebrate My Drive asks all drivers to think 2n2®: 2 eyes on the road and 2 hands on the wheel. Safe driving starts with this simple message and with each driver and passenger.

Chino Valley High School presents a student made short film in cooperation with Penny Hubble and State Farm. Chino Valley Drama Department performs an anti-distracted-driving piece to encourage safe and responsible driving for teens. Shot and edited by the Chino Valley High School Video Department in coordination with State Farm, Chino Valley Police Department and Chino Valley Fire District.

To watch the video on You Tube, please feel free to use the link below. It's around 10 minutes in length, but well worth it.

Click here for CVHS Celebrate My Drive Video

 



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