With summer heralding more cars on the road, car donation charity Kars for Kids urges drivers to take the TTYL (talk to you later) pledge. Texting and driving, the most dangerous form of distracted driving, kills an average of eleven teens every year. Nonprofit Kars for Kids hopes to combat the danger with its TTYL campaign.
The organization's website, http://www.kars4kids.org/texting/index.asp, educates parents about the dangers of texting while driving with a neat infographic and gives them actionable tips on tackling the subject with their teen drivers. Prominent on the page is the TTYL pledge, which can be shared on social media as well. The first thousand people to sign the pledge can get a free Texting Kills thumb band, a helpful reminder to keep the pledge.