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Local high schools create video PSAs for driver safety

Students from Council Rock North, Neshaminy, Pennsbury, William Tennent and more created 30-second PSAs to show the potentially deadly effects of dangerous or distracted driving

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TMA Bucks is once again hosting its annual Teen Driver Safety Video PSA Challenge, powered by Comcast.

Students from Council Rock North, Neshaminy, Pennsbury, William Tennent and more created 30-second PSAs to show the potentially deadly effects of dangerous or distracted driving.

This is part of the Bucks County High School Seatbelt Safety Challenge, which tasks high schools across Bucks County with increasing seatbelt usage among the student body over the course of an academic year.

The winning PSA is expected to be selected this month by teen writers from the “Teen Takes” staff of the Bucks County Courier Times and The Intelligencer. The school voted as the winner receives a $500 cash grant and their video will play on Comcast networking.

In 2021, Pennsbury’s Kaitlyn Garbinger, Jeffrey Schaal, Andrew Santella and Heather Thomas earned the prize for their school.

All of the entries for 2022 can be viewed at tmabucks.com/watch-the-2022-teen-driver-safety-video-psa-challenge-entries/.

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