BE A ZERO

Car crashes are the number one killer of teens in the United States. So, we’ve made it our goal to empower teens to save lives. How? By spreading the word among their peers about the consequences of unsafe driving behaviors and making safe teen driving a priority. Along the way, we provide some great incentives for those who get involved.

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Nevada residents who are current high school or college students between the ages of 15-20, their parents, teachers and school administrators, as well as other interested adults who wish to serve as advisors, are all welcome to get involved.

Why Zero?

Some people believe reaching zero fatalities on Nevada’s roads is an impossible goal. But when you think of your friends and family, how many is it acceptable to lose? We hope zero. And that’s why we’ve made it our goal in Nevada.

The Zero Teen Fatalities program strives to put an end to traffic-related teen deaths by educating young drivers about the importance of being safe behind the wheel. We invite you to join the cause and start saving lives.

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It's in the numbers.

GET THE START-UP GUIDE

Ready to get involved? Download our start-up guide to find out what you can do to help others get on the road to zero and become safe teen drivers. We’ll give you all the info you need to start a Zero Teen Fatalities program in your school and spread the message to your classmates, friends and family.

Upcoming Events

October 22, 2016

Driver's Edge
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November 11, 2016

Automotive Life Skills Clinic
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November 22, 2016

Automotive Life Skills Clinic
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December 03, 2016

Driver's Edge
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December 28, 2016

Automotive Life Skills Clinic
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February 20, 2016

Automotive Life Skills Clinic
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April 11, 2017

Automotive Life Skills Clinic
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April 13, 2017

Automotive Life Skills Clinic
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June 28, 2017

Automotive Life Skills Clinic
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July 18, 2017

Automotive Life Skills Clinic
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Earl Wooster High School

Earl Wooster High School has consistently participated in Zero Teen Fatalities over the past six years. Allyssa Corpuz, now a sophomore, won the statewide billboard contest for her unique seat belt billboard in 2016. Ms. Pippin, a champion of traffic safety, has been the student advisor and has been instrumental to the program. Wooster has been the recipient of many trips to the exclusive Drivers Edge experience weekend.

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Funding provided in whole by the Nevada Office of Traffic Safety

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