Dedicated to educating our community on the danger of distracted driving.


  • Stop Texts, Stop Wrecks Videos, statistics and tips to help start a distracted driving awareness campaign.

  • SADD Students Against Destructive Decisions.

  • Drive it Home Features tips on how to talk to teen drivers, a printable driver/parents agreement and videos that talk about the importance of not texting and driving.

  • Alive At 25 Free program that works to change behaviors young drivers and passengers display behind the wheel.

  • EndDD Features facts and resources for school and workplace presentations.

  • Safe Kids Worldwide information on car safety related to seat belts and children.

  • SAFE is a teen-run, peer-to-peer program focusing on increasing teen restraint compliance through education, positive rewards and enforcement. It is designed to bring awareness to the importance of wearing a seat belt, therefore reducing the number of motor vehicle-related injuries and fatalities among Oklahoma teens.

  • Life Share University Each year thousands of Oklahoma high school students apply for their driver’s license or identification (ID) card. When they do, they are presented with the opportunity to join the LifeShare Donor Registry. Many students are unaware of what being a donor means and how they can potentially save the lives of fellow Oklahomans by checking “YES!” to donation. We provide information to students before they apply for their driver’s license allowing them to make an informed decision. By educating our youth about the importance of joining the LifeShare Donor Registry, we can help narrow the ever-widening gap between the escalating number of transplant candidates on the waiting list and life-saving donations.

  • National Organization for Youth Safety (NOYS) Promotes youth empowerment and leadership to save lives, prevent injuries and enhance safe and healthy lifestyles among all youths. This organization is directly connected to FCCLA.

  • The Young Driver Research Initiative Download tools tailored to your needs, watch videos, get statistics and facts here.

  • National Safety Council Features information and materials on driver safety. Videos by NSC on YouTube as well.

  • Everyone Goes Home Firefighter ran initiative dedicated to the safety of others. Video and story resources.

  • Teens in the Driver Seat® is the first peer-to-peer program for teens that focuses solely on traffic safety and addresses all major risks for this age group. Teens help shape the program and are responsible for implementing it and educating their peers and parents; Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) provides the science, guidance and project resources.

  • Operation Life Savers Safety programs including free presentations by authorized volunteers in schools, civic and community organizations.

  • OK Department Of Transportation (Game of Cones) The Oklahoma Department of Transportation and its partners want to let drivers know that In The Game of Cones, Safety Always Wins. Work zone fatalities are the result of driving too fast, inattentive driving or following too closely to other drivers. The goal of this year's Your Life Matters Work Zone Safety campaign is to remind drivers that they have the most to gain by practicing good work zone safety.

  • American Automobile Association (AAA) Offers various resources for teens including, a multi-year Don’t Drive Intoxicated, Don’t Drive Intexticated. distracted driving campaign to create awareness of the distracted driving problem and change driver behavior, so drivers promise not to drive distracted and influence others to do the same.

  • Ford Driving Skills Training tools and free resources to help teens become safer drivers.

  • AT&T It Can Wait Campaign Take the pledge, download the app, use the videos and other resources.


  • The Network for Traffic Safety (NETS) Distracted driving resources, meaningful education and awareness activities to keep workers safe.

  • Oklahoma Driving Concern Works with Oklahoma employers to promote safe driving practices among their employees, both on and off the job. Download and share this Looping File in your lobbies, break rooms and other places where you post information on video monitors. Learn answers to these questions (and much, much more). Safety Coach Tailgate Talk cards can be used when teaching safety huddles outside of a traditional classroom setting.

  • Operation Life Savers Safety programs including free presentations by authorized volunteers as well as specialized training for law enforcement, professional drivers and emergency first responders. We give people the information they need to stay safe around railroad property and rights-of-way. Our programs provide valuable facts about trains, illustrate how drivers can safely navigate highway-rail grade crossings, and reinforce that it's illegal and unsafe to ever walk on or use railroad tracks for recreation.




  • Lifesaver The app that auto-detects driving and blocks phone use on the road.

  • AT&T Drive Mode Everyone knows texting and driving is dangerous, yet when a text message comes in, it's difficult not to respond. AT&T DriveMode is a free* app that can silence incoming alerts and phone calls so you stay focused while driving.

  • TrueMotion Family/Mojo The app that rewards safe driving.

  • Pocket Points is a new mobile application that gives students rewards for not using their phones during class. Simply open the app on campus, lock your phone, and start gaining points. Points are then used at local and online businesses for awesome student discounts, coupons, or gifts!

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