Morgan is now 15 years old. You know what that means? Drivers training! Then a license. Where did the time go? My first born will soon be behind a wheel and that scares the crap out of me! Kids these days have so many distractions and I worry about her paying attention to the road and other drivers. So I had her sign a pledge with Toyota and Teen Vogue.
Toyota found that 62% of teenage girls report using a cell phone while driving. YIKES! That is scary! I know that I am a great influence for my daughter because I never use my cell phone while driving. I will not even answer a call while driving, let alone send text messages or update a Facebook status. Toyota and Teen Vogue are asking mothers and daughters to sign and share a pledge to drive safely so that we can all arrive safely and “Arrive in Style”.
After you sign the Toyota Mutual Driving Agreement pledge at www.teenvogue.com/
I want to encourage you and your daughters to sign and share the pledge on Facebook! I ran in to an error at the end, so I’m not sure if it went through. I will try again tomorrow though. Are there any habits that you yourself need to break in order to be a better driving influence on your daughter?
To reward my readers for taking the safe driving pledge, I am hosting a giveaway for a Teen Vogue Beauty Box! Check out some of the stuff that comes in the Teen Vogue Beauty Box!
I think most of this was supposed to be for Morgan, ok maybe all of it…but I snagged the Dior and the eyeliner…HA! There are some pretty fantastic products that any girl would be happy to have!
One Not So Average Mama reader will win a Teen Vogue Beauty Box! Please allow a moment for the Rafflecopter form to load.
This giveaway will end on June 15th, 2013!
I received the items shown above, as well as $50 GC for my participation in this campaign. All opinions are my own.
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texting while driving
Kelly D says
The fact that teens can be easily distracted and don’t have a lot of driving experience concerns me.
steve weber says
the texting has to stop! I see accidents all the time because of this.
Jessie C. says
I pledged. Using phone while driving concerns me the most.
Wild Orchid says
I signed the pledge. Texting and driving worries me most!
Nataly Carbonell says
My teen daughter is always on her phone texting, I’m concerned about her texting while driving
monica meza says
I’m always concerned with teens texting and driving, and not paying attention in general…
I’m concerned that most teens aren’t patient enough to wait to check their phone!
Audra Weathers says
The page wouldn’t load to sign the pledge; but the thing that scares me about teen driving is that they haven’t had enough experience driving to react properly. I think it’s a great campaign to remind everyone, not just teens, how dangerous using your phone while driving can be.
dani marie says
signed up ferriza2(at)yahoo(dot)com
Mary Calabrese says
Texting and driving concerns me most.
jules m. says
i signed the pledge!
joseph gersch jr says
texting is a huge concern I signed the plege
Rebecca Peters says
I signed the pledge and cell phones concern me the most..
Deb S says
I signed the pledge. I’m most concern with other teens talking or texting while driving.
Teresa Crosswhite says
I signed the pledge.
Lisa Garner says
I’ve signed the pledge. What I worry most about my 16 year old driving is being distracted by friends or her phone.
Karrie Millheim says
I am concerned with them not paying attention while driving, texting. on the phone etc
I signed the pledge and leave my phone in my purse while driving.
I signed the pledge