The fourth annual Teen Safe Driving Competition was held in April 2013, sponsored by the Allegheny County Safe Driving Competition. Students from 10 area high school districts competed for prizes. First place was $1,000; second place was $500; third place was $250; and the winner of the team prize was a school district that received a $500 donation.
The Allstate Foundation, through a grant partnership with Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, provided prize money.
Student participants took a written safety knowledge exam, a driving skills exam, and were judged on perceptual assessment. Judges included state and local police, state and county officials, and other safety stakeholders.
The first and second place winners will compete in the Pennsylvania Safe Driving Competition for Youth in May. Because teenagers especially have a high rate of car accidents, safe driving competitions such as this are a great benefit to the community and teenage drivers.
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