Teen driver safety videos and tips about the dangers of distractions

Teens put the brakes on distracted drivingTravelers is a proud sponsor of The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles' annual Teen Safe Driving Video Contest: From the Driver's Seat to the Director's Chair.

Every year, students from across Connecticut script, write, direct and edit videos to communicate the dangers of distracted driving, highlight important teen safe driving laws and show how communities help to make teens safer drivers.

Here you will be able to view the winning videos and also find tips and information to help teens be responsible drivers.

Congratulations to the 2013-2014 Teen Safe Driving Video Contest Winners

Decisions1st Place: 

Decisions
Daniel Hand High School, Madison, CT

Watch Decisions on YouTube>

Was It Really Worth It?2nd Place:

Was It Really Worth It?
William H. Hall High School, West Hartford, CT

Watch Was It Really Worth It? on YouTube>

3rd Place:

"Brake"-ing Habits
Arts at the Capitol Theater, Willimantic, CT

Watch "Brake"-ing Habits on YouTube>

Fatal Distractions4th Place: 

Fatal Distractions
Simsbury High School, Simsbury, CT

Watch Fatal Distractions on YouTube>

Texting Can Wait5th Place: 

Texting Can Wait
East Lyme High School, East Lyme, CT

Watch Texting Can Wait on YouTube>

Click here to see this year's top 10 videos >

Helpful tips and information for teen drivers and parents of teen drivers

Safe driving is everyone's responsibility. As new drivers, teens are most at risk because they lack the experience (and sometimes the maturity) to make intelligent decisions at critical times. It's important to strive to form good driving habits early through education and information.


Additional Resources:

Teen driving coaching guide

Keeping your teen safe on the road

Learn more with this interactive coaching guide >
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