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?
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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