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ValentinaT

  • one year ago

Ways students can team up with schools to stop teen reckless driving?

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  1. bunyonb
    • one year ago
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    Education. The groups must inform each other that drinking and driving is just stupid. Someone has to be responsible in the group and must be firm against peer pressure.

  2. bunyonb
    • one year ago
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    You could also make it that if somebody decides to violate the law then they would be swiftly reported by their own peers.

  3. sammm
    • one year ago
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    Car-pool to make sure your driver doesn't use a cell phone or if they have been drinking.

  4. yunaofparadise
    • one year ago
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    Every week decide on who can be the designated driver if you are doing a car-pool, that person must not do anything silly to have him/her end up being reckless, also have a back up person just in case.

  5. ValentinaT
    • one year ago
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    Thank you all!

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