Drive it Home Show, Driving Safety for your teens, is coming to Nashville!

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Learn about safe Teen Driving at the Drive it Home show!

Thank you to the Allstate Foundation and National Safety Council for sponsoring this post. Check out Drive it Home, a website by and for parents, dedicated to keeping our teen drivers safe.

Are you a parent of a teen driver? Or a Soon-to-be teen driver? Then I highly recommend you check out the Drive It Home website  to learn important facts and tips that will help keep you teens safe!

Here are some facts about Teen Driving you may not know:

  • One of the most dangerous years in a person’s life is the first 12 months after getting a driver’s license. Annually, there are about two million teens under the age of 18 in their first year of driving on U.S. roads, the National Safety Council (NSC) reports.
  • Parents don’t understand the most deadly risks to their teen driver. Research shows that inexperience is the No. 1 cause of teen crashes, but 74 percent of parents inaccurately believe that risk-taking is the leading cause.
  • In 2010, the latest year for which data are available, motor vehicle crashes were the leading cause of death among 13-19 year-old males and females in the United States
  • 16-year-olds have higher crash rates than drivers of any other age.
  • Teenage drivers and passengers are among those least likely to wear their seat belts.

Want to learn about Teen Driving Safety in a fun, informative way?

Hey local readers, I’d love you to join me at the Drive it Home Show, presented by the National Safety Council and Allstate Foundation, Thursday, June 20, If you have tween, teen, or are concerned about teen driving safety, it will be an informative (and entertaining!) event. Please feel free to share this post with anyone who might like to attend. Details are as follows:

 

What: Drive it Home Show, presented by the National Safety Council and Allstate Foundation

When: Thursday, June 13 from 7:30pm – 8:45pm

Where: Tennessee Performing Arts Center – Andrew Johnson Theater (505 Deaderick St, Nashville, TN 37219)

Price: FREE!; no tickets required

Parking: Accessible parking is designated by the City of Nashville on both sides of 6th Avenue, between Deaderick Street and Charlotte Avenue during the times of TPAC performances. Accessible parking is available on the north side of 6th Avenue 24 hours, 7 days a week.

BONUS: You can enter in the sweepstakes at the event for a chance to win gas cards and a brand new car!

If you’d like to attend, click here to register and when checking in, let them know that Clever Girls Collective sent you. Hope to see you there!

I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective, and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

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