Parents: Set the Example for Your Kids to #DriveKind
Did you know? Teens who engage in distracted and dangerous driving behaviors most likely learned them from their parents? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death for U.S. teens, and drivers age 16-19 are four times more likely to crash. Distracted and aggressive driving techniques only contribute to this problem on our roads.
How are you setting the example for your kids to drive?
By taking the pledge to #DriveKind with Panter, Panter, & Sampedro, you are making a statement to the community and to your family that you are committed to driving safely on our South Florida streets. You can set the standard for your kids and other drivers around you that you want safer roads for your family as they go to work and school. Your kids are always observing your actions behind the wheel, so now is a good time to show them how you’re changing the way we drive in South Florida by taking a stand against aggressive driving, and always choosing to #DriveKind.