Parent involvement is key to preventing crashes among new drivers. Zero Fatalities Parent Night presentations help parents make a positive impact on their teen’s learning experience. For more than a decade, parents have given overwhelmingly positive reviews to these 60-minute presentations addressing some of the top behaviors teen drivers need to know. They help teens establish safe driving habits and remind parents to be better examples, so we can all reach our goal of Zero Fatalities.
Parent Night Webinars
Zero Fatalities Parent Night webinars are now available every Monday and Wednesday evening.
Once you’ve chosen the date that works for you and your teen to view the live video conference together, click the date to register. A confirmation and a password will be sent to your email. We recommend adding this appointment to your calendar.
When the presentation ends, a survey link will appear for you to input your student’s name and school. You’ll need to enter this information in order for your child to receive credit for attending the presentation. Your student’s driver education teacher will receive this report.
- Please use a personal email when registering. We are finding that some school emails are being blocked and students are not able to get the survey needed for credit.
- Click on your preferred date to register for the webinar.
- If you have any questions or comments email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: Previously, Parent Night presentations have been held in schools, but to ensure safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, a webinar option is available for those who are not able to meet in person.
It’s easy to ignore a statistic, but when it comes to your own life or the life of a loved one, even one fatality is too many. To teach the importance of Zero Fatalities and how we can get there, we host several events throughout the year with parents and students both welcome.
Events are not listed Due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Did you know that approximately ¼ of all vehicles on Utah roads are large trucks? Nationally, over 75% of auto vs. truck crashes are caused by negligent driving on the part of the auto driver. By understanding just how massive these trucks are, how large their blind spots are, and how much room they need to operate and come to a stop, our roads and highways can be a much safer place for everyone.
Resources For Parents
Utah's GDL Laws
Graduated driver licensing allows new drivers to learn driving skills over time and gain the experience needed to become safe drivers. Teens receive a “limited driver license” and have certain driving restrictions such as no night-time driving, limitations on who can be in the vehicle with them and the amount of supervised driving time they must have before getting a full license.