Support Teen Driver Safety for a Chance to Win 2 iPad Minis – Sponsored by Chalik & Chalik
National Teen Driver Safety Week
October 20th through 26th
Giveaway begins on October 20th and will be closed for entries on November 15th
Winners Announced On November 18th
Chalik & Chalik is supporting National Teen Driver Safety Week campaign started by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration with a giveaway for Florida parents and teens willing to sign a contract agreeing to “Drive By The Rules! Keep The Privilege!“ As a part of the national campaign created by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, any parent and teen team willing to participate will be entered in a drawing to win 2 mini iPads – one for the parent and one for the teen!
How to Enter the Giveaway
- Download the Parent Teen Safe Driving Contract [wpdm_file id=3]
- Review it as a team – Parent and Teen
- Sign the contract (both parent and teen signatures required)
- Scan the document or take a photo of it to send
- Send your entry to this email address: ChalikPromotions@gmail.com
All Entries Must Be In By Midnight on Nov 15th, 2013
All Entries Must Be In By Midnight on Nov. 15th, 2013
You will get an entry into the random drawing for two iPad Minis – One for each of you!
Vehicle accidents are the number one cause of death in teens between the ages of 15 and 21. In an effort to protect these new drivers the NHTSA has created many programs and training materials to help parents, as experienced drivers, teach the new drivers safe driving habits. The Chalik & Chalik law firm is based on family values, which is why they behind this promotion to help parents protect their children. As car accident attorneys they see these same results time and time again, nothing is more heartbreaking than to see your child hurt or worse. Join the team and support this Teen Safe Driving Initiative by signing your contract together agreeing to “Drive By The Rules! Keep the Privilege!”
Some Real Facts About the Dangers of Teen Drivers
- Motor vehicle accidents are the number one killer of teens; claiming 3,000 lives annually.
- In 2011, 2,105 teen drivers were involved in fatal crashes, of that number 45% died as a result.
- Just in the first six months of 2013 these numbers are increasing by at least 20%.
- The first six months of unsupervised driving by teens are the most dangerous.
What Parents Can Do To Protect Their Teens
- Studies have shown that parents who have had a serious talk with their teens about driving responsibly have decreased the numbers of teen drivers in accidents.
- Children develop their perceptions about driving as they travel with their parents. Parents are the role models and teachers on sharing the road, respecting and obeying traffic laws.
- Studies with parents who drove with in-car cameras have shown that teens drive in similar ways as their parents.
- Parents who set, enforce and monitor safe driving practices raise teens who are more likely to respect and obey driving laws.
- Sign a contract with your teen before giving them the keys to any vehicle. We have provided a downloadable contract for both you and your teen to sign outlining safe driving agreements and consequences if they’re not obeyed.
- Additionally, you will find resources to download on how to talk to your children about driving and setting the rules.
- We have also included a downloadable book on Safe Driving Techniques for you and your new driver.
“Parent and Teen Safe Driving Contract”
“Talking To Your Teen About Safe Driving”
For more information on teaching your teen to be safe on the road, visit our Teen Driving Safety Resource Center