Sunday, August 25, 2013

Be Safe while Driving with your Auto Safety Kit

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Jenns Blah Blah Blog and all her favorite bloggers have joined up with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) to help raise awareness about Teen Driving! I don’t know about you, but my teen getting behind the wheel scares me. I do trust the will do her best to follow the rules, and drive good, but accidents happen. I not only need to worry about my teen, but everyone else, and whether or not her and everyone around her will make the right decisions on the road. My biggest fear is that she will not realize the importance of staying off the phone while she is driving. Be sure to swing by and read our recent post about Teen Driving.
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One very lucky winner will receive an Auto Safety Kit compliments of NAIC. The safety kit will include approx. $50 value; complete with first aid kit, booster cables, tow straps, flashlight, reflective triangles and more) to both you and the winner of your contest.

This giveaway will end on September 16, 2013 at 11:59pm EST. All entries will be entered into a drawing for an auto safety kit to help you or your teen stay safe on the road. Giveaway is open to the US, must be 18+, and use the Giveaway Tool widget below. Good Luck!


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2 comments:

  1. Some really scary statistics. Especially the one that says teenagers with passengers are 3.6 times more likely to be involved in a fatal crash.

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  2. I had friends who died in car accidents as teens and as parents would want to know who was driving my children around. Ouch on the stats!

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