Non-Driving Age Curriculum

Impact Teen Drivers developed materials and curriculum for elementary and middle school students focused on seat belt safety, being a non-distracting passenger, and speaking up in unsafe driving situations. According to NHSTA, national seat belt use increased from 14% in 1983 to 85% in 2010. One of the biggest contributors to this change in occupant safety was focusing seat belt education on students in elementary and middle schools.

Like the resistance to seat belt compliance in the 1980s, Impact Teen Drivers hopes that reckless and distracted driving will become a thing of the past with the help of early education to safe passenger and driver behaviors. The materials are geared toward the age of the students (young elementary, older elementary or middle school) and are easy to use in a classroom or at home by parents, teachers, or teen leaders.

› Learn more about the non-driving age materials and curriculum here.