Teen drivers have historically been the focus group of many highway safety programs. With driver’s education no longer offered in most Missouri schools, adequately preparing these inexperienced drivers before they hit the road has become more challenging. Thankfully, several programs, many of them peer-to-peer based, have proven successful in educating teens and promoting safe driving practices.
Teens Taking Action to Prevent Traffic Crashes
Today's teenagers are tomorrow's drivers. TRACTION allows these teens to take action in their communities to promote highway safety and change driver behavior for the better. Get involved today--visit motraction.org.
First Impact is a 90-minute, evidence-based traffic safety program that educates parents about Missouri’s GDL law. The goal of First Impact is to reduce new driver crashes, resulting injuries and fatalities, by increasing parental awareness and enforcement of Missouri’s GDL law. To learn more about First Impact, visit firstimpact.missouri.edu.
The mission of ThinkFirst is to prevent traumatic injuries through education, research and policy. The award-winning ThinkFirst for Teens School Assembly Program presents high-impact injury prevention presentations to Missouri schools free of charge. Invite ThinkFirst to your school or organization and be part of the solution to reduce the impact of injuries in Missouri. To learn more, visit thinkfirst.missouri.edu.