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DriveitHOME Resources for Employers

Thank you for your interest in promoting teen safe driving in the workplace. For teens, car crashes are the No. 1 cause of preventable death. NSC has created a variety of free resources in English and Español you can share to engage your workforce in this important conversation:


Display posters prominently in the workplace. These posters can be displayed during safety observances or throughout the year to keep your employees focused on the importance of safe driving.

5-Minute Safety Talk

This quick and easy teaching tool will help you lead a discussion on the topic of teen safe driving. It can assist you in supporting parents of new teen drivers and help open a dialogue on other safety issues.


NSC infographics can be printed or sized as needed to be placed in emails, displayed on LCD TV screens, shared on social media and used in blog posts.

New Driver Deal

This parent-teen agreement is the best way to ensure rules related to driving are followed and understood. It can help families sort out all of the questions that arise when their teen gets behind the wheel. Share this document with your employees who have a new teen driver.


These short videos can be shared with employees to review driving skills and direct them to DriveitHOME resources. 

DriveitHOME Program Overview

YouTube Video

New Driver Deal

YouTube Video

Blind Spots

YouTube Video

Pointers for Parents

YouTube Video

Backing Up and Parking

YouTube Video

Employer’s Guide to DriveitHOME

This presentation can be customized based on your organization’s needs. It includes state-specific data, tips for engaging parents and a discussion on trends in teen driver safety, all presented by an expert on newly licensed drivers. Email [email protected] to learn more. 

As an employer, you can use your communication channels to get the word out on the importance of teen safe driving and help keep your employees keep their loved ones safe.


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