More than 50 Utah high school students created an original public service announcement about safe driving for teens, and the consequences of failing to do so as part of a contest.
Good Day Utah spoke with the winner Kasper Kubica, a student from West High School, and Stacy Johnson, with Zero Fatalities.
UDOT's "Don't Drive Stupid" program is directed at teens, said Johnson. It focuses on the following five fatal behaviors: drowsy driving, distracted driving, impaired driving, aggressive driving, and not buckling up.
Kubica's winning entry can be viewed in the video clip on this post.