Students Against Dangerous Driving (SADD)Sadd2017

SADD empowers young people to make safer and better choices on the road and focuses on six key issues affecting young driver safety – sober drivers, safe speeds, no distractions, avoiding risks, driving to the conditions and building experience.

Tauranga Girls’ College’s SADD group meets weekly and is run by Year 13’s with members from Year 10 upwards. Each term the group organises an event that aims to reduce dangerous driving amongst teens in the local community. So far the group has run an inter-school quiz, a “stand up and be counted” activity in Assembly along with a video, Mario Kart competitions, visits by the Police and the booze bus, sausage sizzles and many more. The group is always looking for more members, so for more information please see the Tauranga Girls’ College Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/tgcsadd/?hc_ref=SEARCH or to read more about what SADD does throughout New Zealand www.sadd.org.nz.

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