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Teens and Crashes
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Influences
Cartoons
Games
Movies
Society
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Why the Urge to Speed?
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Bleep!
*&*^*%~
Bleep,
bleep,
bleep!
#@%^&*
~@&
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Good driving
behavior
starts before
you get behind
the wheel
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“I lost almost everything in that one second.”
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One Second in Time 13:48 running time
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A split-second choice
can cost someone
their life.
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“You're gonna’
carry with you,
that feeling inside
that you will never
be able to get rid
of…”
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“I
only see where I want to be,
and how fast I can get there,
because I don't have to wait on
anyone to get me there
anymore. Just me in my car.”
- - anonymous quote from a teen
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5 reasons NOT to speed
You can save lives
You will save money
It saves the environment
Save yourself a ticket
Save your license
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Aggressive Driving
can lead to
ROAD RAGE
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What is the difference between
Aggressive Driving
and
Road Rage?
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What’s upsetting you?
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Cage the Rage 6:42 running time
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What should I do?
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Don’t take traffic problems personally
Avoid eye contact with an aggressive
driver
Don’t make obscene gestures
Don’t tailgate
Use your horn sparingly
Don’t block the passing lane or drivers
Remain calm
Never get out of your car
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Make a pledge
I will…
1. Buckle up and make sure passengers do the same.
2. Drive with extra caution.
3. Not speed. Drive within posted speed limits.
4. Never drive under the influence or with someone
under the influence.
5. Never drive when sleepy.
6. Never use a cell phone while driving.
7. Keep 3-second intervals between my car and the car
in front of me.
8. Yield to all the rules of the road.
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REMEMBER…
JST DRV!
Keep your,
HANDS on the wheel,
EYES on the road, and your
MIND on driving.
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