National Teen Driver Safety Week takes place October 20-26, 2019.
National Teen Driver Safety Week (NTDSW), is an awareness week designed to make the public aware of teen driver safety issues and encourage communities to be part of the solution. Parachute's goal is for Canadians to have a long life, lived to the fullest. NTDSW provides the tools to take this important messaging to the community. Our toolkit allows people to prioritize teen driver safety issues in their communities, engage people in the conversation about teen driver safety, and create change around this big issue.
This year our messaging will once again focus on the key issues of drugged, distracted, alcohol-impaired and aggressive driving (including speeding). We look forward to working with local schools, police and partners to implement activities in communities across the country. We will also encourage teens, parents and community partners to join the discussion on social media with us at @ParachuteCanada and using the dedicated hashtags #KnowWhatImpairedMeans or #ParachuteNTDSW.
Community resources and community toolkits availble mid September.
- Positive Ticketing Activity
- Social Media Guides
- Key Messaging
- Promotional Items