Teen Driver Safety Campaign taking applications

The Teen Driver Safety Campaign is taking applications.

High schools in Michigan can be a part of the Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning’s Strive for a Safer Drive Campaign.

WSJM News reports that up to 75 Michigan high schools are chose to take part.

Those chosen are given $1,000 to make a campaign and that the best campaigns at the end of the year will win a cash prize.

The deadline to apply is November 14.

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