Each year, the National Safety Council presents the
Teen Driving Safety Leadership Award to individuals or organizations working to improve teen driver safety and save lives.
Car crashes are the #1 cause of death for teens, yet these crashes are preventable. Individuals and organizations across the United States are working to keep teens safer on the roads, and NSC wants to recognize these efforts.
If you know an individual or organization that has made a positive difference in teen driver safety,
submit a nomination between April 17 and June 15, 2017. Award winners will be chosen based on evidence of achieving the following outcomes:
- Changing behaviors to reduce teen crashes using proven, evaluated methods
- Leading efforts to educate and engage teens, parents or communities around teen safe driving practices
- Advocating for policies based on the proven principles of
Graduated Driver Licensing
Award winners will be announced in September. They will receive national recognition at the
2017 NSC Congress & Expo.
View past winners.