"Keep the Drive" Helps Save Teen Lives

  /  10.08.2006


MTV VJ Quddus marches with teens on Michigan Avenue in Chicago on Sept. 30 in protest of the No. 1 killer of teens—car crashes—as teen leaders of the new “Keep the Drive” movement pass out information about the issue and how people can start saving teen lives to passersby.


Six thousand teens die every year, unnecessarily, for making simple mistakes behind the wheel—things like text messaging while driving or not signaling. Car crashes are the number one killer of teens, but it’s all so preventable. To learn how you and your friends can get involved with saving teen lives, go to Get involved. Use your voice. And this year, save 6,000 lives. For all you know, it could be one of your friends you save.


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