As the parent of a teen who drives and two more on their way to driving freedom I tend to worry. Wait… that might be an understatement because I might worry a lot and given some of the stats you see floating around about accidents and how many of them involve kids I think that my worry is justified.
I will say that my daughter is a pretty good driver. Now that said, she’s still new to this whole driving thing and you simply never know what’s going to happen and you can’t control other drivers. Because of this I’m doing what I can to help protect my kids by going to the Drive it Home Show and learning to reduce the driving risks.
Hey Michigan readers, I’d love you to join me at the Drive it Home Show! It’s presented by the National Safety Council and Allstate Foundation, Wednesday, May 1. If you have tween, teen, or are concerned about teen driving safety, it will be an informative (and entertaining!) event. Please feel free to share this post with anyone who might like to attend. Details are as follows:
What: Drive it Home Show, presented by the National Safety Council and Allstate Foundation
When: Wednesday, May 1 from 7pm – 8:15pm
Where: The Salvation Army Kroc Center (2500 Division Ave S, Grand Rapids, MI 49507)
Price: FREE!; no tickets required
Parking: Parking lot is available
BONUS: You can enter in the sweepstakes at the event for a chance to win gas cards and a brand new car!
If you’d like to attend, click here to register and when checking in, let them know that Clever Girls Collective sent you. Hope to see you there!
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective, and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.