You can create a school or community challenge to help combat distracted driving. Your teacher may be encouraging you to participate, your friends could want you to get involved, or you may be a self-starter, launching this program on your own.
These are the steps you can take to build a successful program to save lives!
Define your audience
You can run a StopWrex “Don’t Drive Distracted” program with your school club, sports team, class (such as encouraging your math teacher to get your class involved, where the concept is “statistics behind distracted driving”) or even the entire school.
Starting with a core group and then expanding is a better way to build success at any level. Remember, even if 20 of your peers commit to driving safe, you could literally be saving a life! This initial example will always have an impact on others who see their conscious acts of safe driving.
You can always create an ultimate goal. For example, your plan may be to eventually involve the entire local community, even when you just start with members of the school orchestra.