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The ‘Motovation’ Scholarship Program

Students across the nation are joining the safe driving movement for a chance to win a college scholarship! It’s a unique and effective way to ‘motovate’ young drivers to stay off their phones while they drive. Plus winning is pretty cool, too! #ChallengeAccepted

We have teamed up sponsors with safety organizations across the country to add a call-to-action to their powerful messages. These groups go from school to school, telling their story, and helping to raise awareness about the issue of distracted driving. Now, with each new driver they inspire, they can engage with them in a friendly and effective call-to-action to drive safer.

How it works:

1. Students sign-up for a local contest. They’re FREE to join!
2. A link to join the contest within the MOTOVATE™ app is sent to your email.
3. Each time you drive with the MOTOVATE™ Safe Driving app engaged, you earn a chance to win!


Local and National Contests

The Tallahassee Safe Driving Contest

Tallahassee Safe Driving Sponsor

Participants: Students in Tallahassee, FL
Prize:  $5,000 Scholarship!
Duration:  Starts January 2019!

 

Contest Homepage

 

#BecauseAnthony

APB Foundation Fights to Stop texting and driving

Participants: Drivers Nation-wide
Prize:  $500 Cash Prize!
Duration:  Nov. 7th thru Dec. 7th, 2018

 

Contest Homepage

 


Why are we doing this?

Because 50% of students will be involved in a traffic collision before graduating high school.

Distracted driving has been a major cause in the increase in traffic deaths in recent years. Young drivers are particularly at high risk due to their inexperience as drivers and digital footprint. Just telling people to stop texting while driving does not have much of an effect. Instead, we are focused on making fun and engaging to do the right thing – plus a few ‘motovational’ rewards go a long way!

Learn more about:

Distracted Driving Statistics
Why Texting and Driving is particularly dangerous
How Motovate helps prevent distracted driving