Statewide Distracted Driving Simulator Tour

SCNSC is partnering with State Farm and local Law Enforcement Departments during Teen Driver Safety Week to remind South Carolina teen drivers that distracted driving can be deadly. We will visit five high schools to bring students an outdoor, hands-on learning experience.

  Monday, October 18 | Irmo, SC @ Spring Hill High School
  Tuesday, October 19 | Clover, SC @ Clover High School
  Wednesday, October 20 | Union, SC @ Union High School
  Thursday, October 21 | Florence, SC @ West Florence High School
  Friday, October 22 | Beaufort, SC @ Beaufort High School

 

In addition to the virtual reality SCNSC Distracted Driving Simulator, Law Enforement Officers will conduct mock traffic stops to show young drivers how to prepare and respond during a routine traffic stop. We'll also have a cone course set up for students to navigate a golf cart while wearing Fatal Vision Goggles, which simulate impairment. 

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For media inquiries, contact Taylor Harrison at tharrison@scnsc.org, call or text (803) 337-6407. 


Just Drive

On a typical day, more than 700 people are injured in distracted driving crashes across the nation.

Every hour, a South Carolina driver crashes because they are distracted behind the wheel - that's more than 8,000 collisions a year.

In Georgia, more than 31,000 traffic violations were issued due to distracted driving in 2020.

Talking on a cell phone, even hands-free, texting, or programming an infotainment system diverts your attention away from driving. Keep yourself and others around you safe and #justdrive.


Teen Distracted Driving Awareness

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