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Greenwich high school student, Katherine Schultz, has created a four-minute video in which she stars providing young drivers with tips on safe and “green” driving, such as how to decrease your fuel consumption and emissions, how to keep your engine properly tuned, how to keep your tires properly inflated, and knowing when to stop unnecessary idling. While the video was intended for young drivers, it is appropriate for all ages.
Available on line, this video has also become a part of the State of Connecticut’s safe-driving protocol and her message is on the DMV’s website. As Bill Seymour, DMV director of corporate and public relations who oversees the DMV Center on Teen Safe Driving, said, “This video is important for any driver to see, but especially for teens, so that they learn early about the need for environmental awareness when driving. This informative, hands-on approach reflects Katherine’s hard work and dedication to raising awareness among teens”.
To watch video, please click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUSbFKtxZXY