State Farm and Celebrate My Drive with Kelly Clarkson (Prize Pack Giveaway)

By Sky
In Causes
September 2, 2013


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National Teen Driver Safety Week is nearly upon us and State Farm is prepared with their program, Celebrate My Drive with singer Kelly Clarkson. Before I know it, my teen will be driving and I’m not going to lie, it scares me.  Especially when I hear statistics such as auto crashes are the number one cause of death among teens in North America.  Wow! 

Celebrate My Drive was created by State Farm to share the belief that safe driving is a lifelong commitment from the start and I wholeheartedly agree!  I have to be the example I want my kids to learn from – that includes wearing my seat belt, respecting the rules of the road and putting away my cellphone.  Of course, I have to have a variety of music playing (there’s nothing wrong with that!)


This year, Celebrate My Drive encourages you to register your high school for a chance to win a concert performed by Kelly Clarkson as well as $100,000 granted in the form of a check.  Hurry!  Ask your school administrator to  register now until Thursday, October 17, 2013 at 11:59pm CST.  Then, October 18 – October 26, 2013, during National Teen Driver Safety Week, get your friends, family and community to commit to safe driving in support of your registered school.  You have to register in order for your school to have the opportunity to win!

Remember, you can’t win if you don’t register!



One winner will receive a $25 Visa Gift Card and State Farm prize pack (wrist band, over the shoulder bag, sunglasses, key chain, t-shirt)

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Sky is the mother of two children, ages 13 and 6, and she resides in Nebraska. In addition to being a contributor at Eighty MPH Mom, she has plenty of blogging experience, as the owner and author of Seeryus Mama for over seven years.

238 Responses to “State Farm and Celebrate My Drive with Kelly Clarkson (Prize Pack Giveaway)”

  1. Lisa Evanoff says:

    Always check the mirrors, even more so if you share a car with other family members

  2. Sarah L says:

    Turn off your cell before you get in the car and leave it off til you arrive.
    Thanks for the contest.

  3. Janet W. says:

    Always leave plenty of space between you and the car in front of you to give enough stopping space.

  4. Lisa Brown says:

    do not text or talk on the phone while driving

  5. Rita M says:

    Be a defensive driver – more than likely it will be the thing that keeps you from getting into an accident. Awareness of the drivers around you is of the utmost importance.

  6. Sandy VanHoey says:

    keep your eyes on the road and not on your cell phone & make sure to buckle up

  7. Be ready before you start the car. You shouldn’t eat, do your hair or face, text or any other distracting thing while driving

  8. Meg Tucker says:

    Don’t drive sleepy and if your on a long drive open the windows for fresh air.

  9. Ken Ohl says:

    no texting while driving

  10. Jackie says:

    I tell my daughters that they must leave their cell phones in their purses and that they are not to look at them…even at a red light.

  11. Shelly H. says:

    In our car we don’t take phone calls, text, eat or drink while driving

  12. Jennifer B says:

    never take your eyes off the road and always assume the other car is going to do something stupid

  13. vickie couturier says:

    I keep my phone off when driving

  14. Mary Happymommy says:

    Never text and drive…pretty simple.

  15. dv8 says:

    Wear your seatbelt!

  16. Julie Wood says:

    Do not tail gate! Leave enough room for the car in front of you or you can rear end someone if they suddenly stop!

  17. Cynthia R says:

    leave phones in your purse, no need to keep glancing at it and distracting yourself.

  18. Yona says:

    Limit any distractions you may have – try not to hurry down a meal, don’t blast the music, turn off cell phones if possible…

  19. cheryl c. says:

    Drive defensively. Assume everyone else is an idiot that you have to watch out for!

  20. Adrienne Gordon says:

    most phones can be put into a safe or dive mode when in the car

  21. D Schmidt says:

    My safe driving tip is to put the phone in the glove box before starting your journey.

  22. Michelle says:

    Always stay buckled and try not to watch your kids through the mirror too much. stay focused on the road!

  23. dannyscotland says:

    Always look left first. Oncoming traffic is closest to you on that side. Look left, right, left again.

    Don’t text while driving. Also please for the love of pete do not READ newspapers or books (YES, I saw someone doing this ON THE INTERSTATE…he was holding the newspaper over the steering wheel.)

  24. cassie says:

    play music you love and sing along! It keeps you awake and alert

  25. April Yedinak says:

    Absolutely no cell phone while the car is turned on.

  26. Anne says:

    Be aware of what’s going on around you. Watch what the other vehicles are doing, keep an eye on the side of the road for bicyclists, pedestrians, and animals, leave enough space between you and the vehicle ahead that you can see in front of them (if you’re so close all you can see is their taillights, you’re completely unaware of something ahead of them that might make them stop short).

  27. deb c says:

    No talking on the cell phone and definitely no texting.

  28. Ani says:

    Keep your eyes on the road, remember that even little distractions can cause an accident.

  29. Margaret Smith says:

    Don’t play with the music dials when driving.

  30. Jammie says:

    Make sure nothing is on the floor board while you are driving.

  31. Candice says:

    Don’t talk on the phone or text while driving.

  32. Michelle H.. says:

    If you are too tired to drive, pull over and either rest, get fresh air, coffee, etc.

  33. Carolyn D. says:

    STOP at the stop signs. A teenager just hit me and my daughter, while completely disregarding the stop sign. Don’t assume there won’t be any traffic, even on a quiet street!

  34. Kate K says:

    no cell phones, no matter what!

  35. Starr Greenwell says:

    Never text and drive.

  36. Kiara says:

    Don’t text while driving.

  37. Andrea Williams says:

    Don’t take chances. Drive defensively. Have no distractions in the car.

  38. Natalie says:

    Don’t talk on your cell phone

  39. Elena says:

    don’t text and drive

  40. wendy b says:

    Always scan the road and try to anticipate what the other driver will do….don’t assume anything.

  41. jessica says:

    turn your cell phone off while driving

  42. Ann Fantom says:

    Don’t allow other teenagers in the car when a teenager is driving.

  43. Melissa Hartley says:

    Be aware of other drivers & their mistakes .. just because you follow the rules doesn’t mean they do :(
    Thank you

  44. Daniel M says:

    at any stop always look both ways twice

  45. Donna L says:

    Don’t text and drive.

  46. Tamar says:

    Put your phone away when you are driving
    and put your purse in the backseat if there are children in their carseats

  47. Mary Cloud says:

    Never text and drive – no good
    annabella @ centurytel dot net

  48. Danielle E. says:

    Make sure you leave in plenty of time to get where you are going so you don’t have to rush

  49. Kate F. says:

    Always wear a seatbelt.

  50. Jennifer T. says:

    Leave your cell phone in your purse in the back seat floorboard to keep from being tempted to text.

  51. xty cruz says:

    Always focus on driving and not in anything else like texting or talking on the phone

  52. Ellie W says:

    Pull over to the side of the road for emergency vehicles.

  53. Robert says:

    Know your directions before you start so you aren’t messing with a GPS while driving.

  54. Rebecca Orr says:

    Make sure everyone is buckled up! No matter their age or where they are sitting in the car.

  55. sandra davis says:

    leave you phone alone when you are driving.

  56. Amanda says:

    Stay alert of your surroundings. Just because you are a “good” driver does not mean everyone else is.

  57. Seyma Shabbir says:

    Don’t text and drive and be a good example to your kids!

  58. Dwayne Berry says:

    Safe Driving Tip: Watch the drivers around you. They might not be paying attention to what they are doing and that could put you in danger.

  59. Kayla says:

    Always adjust the mirrors perfectly before you get driving.

  60. Terra Heck says:

    Be aware of your surroundings and the vehicles around you. You need to know what you’re doing while driving but you also need to anticipate what other drivers may do. Thanks.

  61. Robin Wilson says:

    There are so many electronic distractions from phones that I hope everyone knows about those and will adhere to them. Texts are not worth your life. But non-speaking GPS scare me too so I tell my son not to use it ever! But my hubby’s advice is to always leave an “out” at least a car space even at a light so you can get “out” if you have to.

  62. Bernie says:

    Never text while driving.

  63. Carla S says:

    Look everywhere before you pull into a lane-don’t be oblivious.

  64. Nicole L. says:

    Don’t text and drive.

  65. Brittany C. says:

    Keep your cell in your purse in the backseat so that when you arrive at your destination you have to go into the back seat and will not forget your child in the car.

  66. Cynthia C says:

    Stay a good distance away from the car in front of you to have ample time to react.

  67. Michelle Small says:

    NEVER text, play games or anything else on phone while driving. Use hands free devices when making calls.

  68. Kathleen says:

    dont text and drive

    kport207 at gmail dot com

  69. Megan Cromes says:

    no texting or talkin on phone while driving!

  70. Kristin Dillingham says:

    Don’t ride too close to other drivers

  71. Cindy says:

    Don’t drink and drive.

  72. mrsshukra says:

    Totally no cell phone use while driving!

  73. Monique Rizzo says:

    No texting or talking on the phone.
    Thanks for the chance.

  74. Lindsey M says:

    Try and be aware of everyone else around you in case they do something unexpected

  75. Fawn H says:

    Definitely no texting, no talking on the phone and no putting on make-up while you are driving.

  76. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    put your phone on silent so it doesnt distract you

  77. Thomas Murphy says:

    Turn your phone off so you can’t use it while driving.

  78. Denise B. says:

    People need to understand the situations they can get into involving tractor trailers and flatbeds. Never drive between trucks, try to keep a distance from trucks, stay clear of trucks with items tied down (especially piping), and never pull out in front of a truck. I’ve seen people crushed between two trucks, crushed to death under piping that broke off of a flatbed. Always pay attention to what is coming up behind you and keep plenty of room between you and the vehicle in front of you whether stopped or not to give you room to react to a car or truck that may not stop in time. I was almost smashed into at a red light by a truck that wasn’t going to stop in time. The driver ended up stopped in the middle of the intersection. Thank God there were no other cars around. Not everyone is so lucky. A dump truck with bad brakes smashed into cars stuck in traffic. One woman’s car caught fire; and she was not able to get out, and no one could save her.

  79. alyce poalillo says:

    No texting, no phone calls, no eating-focus on driving only and always look behind you. Drive defensively

  80. soha molina says:

    Don’t text!!

  81. soha molina says:

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  82. Kitty Iecvan says:

    Get a GPS if you are going to an unfamiliar area or if you get lost easily!

  83. Barbara Montag says:

    No electronic devices while driving – thank you.

  84. Julia Barnes says:

    Always drive with the lights on! Makes you more visible to other drivers.

  85. Kyl Neusch says:

    turn off cell phone

  86. Suzanne K says:

    be aware of everything around you

  87. Angela Kinder says:

    Do NOT feel that you have to keep up with everyone or you have to be ahead of everyone. That’s a great way to get into an accident.

  88. kim says:

    Don’t text and drive or put makeup on and drive that is one of my pet peeves!

  89. Mary Casper says:

    wear your seat belt and dont drink and drive

  90. Katie Roch says:

    My safe driving tip is to keep your car well maintained. Part of safe driving is making sure your vehicle is safe to drive.

  91. Steve Stone says:

    dont text and drive

  92. Janice Cooper says:

    No texting and driving and keep both hands on the wheel

  93. Linda Lansford says:

    turn off cell phone

  94. Sherri Jackson says:

    focus on road and not the radio or music or cellphone

  95. Becky Richied says:

    Turn off the cell phone to avoid the distraction of using while driving.

  96. Heather Hayes Panjon says:

    My Tip Is To Make Sure Every Passenger In The Car Wears A Seat Belt! Also NEVER Text And Drive!

  97. Kimberly Schotz says:

    Do not Text while driving

  98. ellen ross says:

    even if u have the right of way, always have your guard up

  99. FRANK M says:

    Texting is probably one of the greatest distractions ever I witness this daily I always try to leave my phone in my briefcase until I am not driving

  100. Denise Welch says:

    Keep your eyes on the road and take your time

  101. Debra S says:

    It is a no brainer.. NO CELL PHONE use while driving! Keep your eyes on the road!

  102. Sharon Kaminski says:

    a safe driving tip would be to always wear seatbelt and do not take eyes off the wheel.

  103. Tara G says:

    No texting/talking while driving

  104. sandra says:

    try not to drive while drowsy

  105. Maria Iemma says:

    Never text when driving!

  106. Stephanie MacDonald says:

    no text is that important that it cant wait until the vehicle is in park!!

  107. Kelly Nicholson says:

    Share a safe driving tip!

    both hands on the wheel..always

  108. Tiffany W says:

    dont text and drive.

  109. Stephen says:

    Seatbelts save lives

  110. Kim Reid says:

    Keep your eyes on the road, thanks!

  111. Sherrie C. says:

    I always tell my sons never to talk or text on cell phones when driving and to be alert and and aware of the other drivers around them.


  112. Dawn Monroe says:

    When a teenager is driving there should be no more then one friend or passanger.

  113. melina r says:

    Safe driving tip right now is don’t text and drive.

  114. judy gardner says:

    dont text and drive

  115. Wendy Hark says:

    always wear your seatbelt

  116. Timmy says:

    buzzed driving is drunk driving

  117. FRANK S says:

    Do not text or talk on the phone while driving.

  118. Tari Lawson says:

    Always check the road before you go, even when the light turns green make sure there is no traffic coming the other way as drivers sometimes will race to beat the light.

  119. robyn paris says:

    always keep enough car lengths in front of you incase you need to stop short

  120. pinky sade says:

    focus on driving and not on your phone!

  121. Linda G. says:

    I think a good tip is to drive defensively

  122. Stacy says:

    It should be obvious, but no talking or texting while driving.

  123. Wanda McHenry says:

    Stay two car lengths behind when following someone.

  124. Todd Lovessweeps says:

    Never text and drive.

  125. Melanie Montgomery says:

    Keep your phone in your purse and your purse in the back seat

  126. David Haug says:

    Make sure tires are properly inflated and in good condition before driving. Allow some extra time in case you get stuck in traffic, so you won’t have to drive fast to “make up” for it.

  127. Danielle D says:

    make complete stops and look both ways

  128. Ava Chavez says:

    Don’t drink & drive!

  129. SharonC says:

    Park to text, make calls, put on makeup or shave!!!

  130. Audra Weathers says:

    My tip is to never lean over to pick something up or try looking for anything in general while driving.

  131. shaunie says:

    Always carry a cell phone in case for emergencies , directions and accidents

  132. Michele P says:

    keep your eyes on the road at all times, and of course no distractions like cell phones while driving, it is much safer to get to a spot where you can pull over and return the call or message.

  133. Susan Christy says:

    Turn off your cell phone! I leave mine in my purse on the back floorboard.

  134. Becca says:

    Make sure to look in all of your mirrors often :)

  135. Tawny says:

    Always adjust your mirrors after you buckle up.

  136. Linda Poplees says:

    Don’t text or be on the phone while driving!

  137. Carol says:

    Driving tip no texting while driving.

  138. Kelley Chapman says:

    phone calls can always wait

  139. Denise S says:

    Don’t try to eat while driving.

  140. Nickie Engle says:

    Your attention should be 100% on your driving — not your phone, or your hair, or your radio, etc etc. It only takes a split second of distraction to have an accident – stay safe & keep the phone calls, makeup, etc for after you’re done driving

  141. Jennifer Reda says:

    don’t text and drive

  142. Colleen W says:

    Turn the phone to silent and no texting/driving.

  143. Jennifer says:

    My biggest tip/pet peeve is don’t follow too close!

  144. Christine J S-S says:

    No Eating while driving – No make up while driving – No fixing your seat and or putting on your seat belt while driving, no texting while driving — all this should be done PRIOR to Driving!

  145. Vanessa Coker says:

    Don’t drive sleepy.

  146. Holly G. says:

    Always adjust mirrors before you start driving!

  147. Lisa Voyce says:

    Be a defensive driver – always pay attention to the other drivers and don’t expect them to be a good driver.

  148. steve weber says:

    put down the phone!!

  149. Jacob LaFountaine says:

    No cell phone usage in the car. Ever!

  150. Keep your phone out of reach while operating a vehicle.

  151. Stephanie Larison says:

    Never text while driving, even while at a red light. It’s not worth what could happen.

  152. Allison Downes says:

    Don’t text and drive!

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  153. Tamra H says:

    Put the phone in the back seat, then you’re not tempted to use it when driving!

  154. joseph gersch jr says:

    dont text and drive

  155. amy williams says:

    Always wear your seat belt.

  156. Ingrid says:

    Always wear your seatbelt and don’t text or talk on the phone while driving.

  157. Jessica Vaughan Gengler says:

    double check mirrors

  158. Kari says:

    Limit the distractions! That means everything from cell phones to loud music to lots of people in the car.

  159. martha says:


  160. Tim A says:

    I always look twice when getting into a different lane. Motorcycles are tough to see so I just want to be that much more sure.

  161. Penny Snyder says:

    Keep the radio volume down & eyes alert!

  162. cyclone tim says:

    don’t tweet & drive !

  163. cyclone tim says:

    don’t Tweet & Drive!!

  164. Bri Sherman says:

    Always wear your seat belt – even in the back seat. And make sure the people who are in your car do so as well.

  165. Tara says:

    No texting and driving!

  166. Christine says:

    no texting

  167. Karen says:

    Don’t use your phone, pull over if you feel the need to chat or text.

  168. Ciara B. says:

    don’t eat and drive!

  169. Dawn Monroe says:

    I dont think teenagers should have more then one passanger while driving

  170. James Coyne says:

    Drive slowly on winter days

  171. Betsy Barnes says:

    Place your phone out of reach, back seat, in your purse under the seat, glove box, that way you are not tempted to use while driving :)

  172. Wear sunglasses when it’s bright! Sometimes the sun gets in your eyes and you struggle to see clearly. Shades can look cool and help at the same time!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  173. Emmy says:

    Turn the radio down!

  174. JoBeth says:

    never text and drive

  175. Lucy Nguyen says:

    Always check your surrounding & do not text while driving

  176. kath g says:

    don’t eat while you drive…if you drip or drop something your instinct is to pick it up or wipe it off taking your eyes and hands from what they should be doing.

  177. NEVER use your phone while you drive. That doesn’t mean just texting – don’t talk on it either, even hands free! The distraction is still dangerous!

  178. christine jessamine says:

    mine is to always let the angry drivers pass you bye

  179. Lorri S says:

    Don’t talk on a phone and drive!

  180. Tabathia B says:

    Put your cell phone on vibrate and don’t tail gate

  181. Annie Adams says:

    Don’t text or read texts while driving.

  182. Holly Kennedy says:

    Hands on the wheel at all times.

  183. Sylvie W says:

    Follow the speed limit. You’ll arrive safe and sound. I did my own test once with city driving and took the same route exactly at the speed limit and then took the same route going faster and in the end I did not make up any time because of streets lights so “do it right and do the limit”.

  184. Jennette says:

    Wear your seatbelt and always use your turn signal.

  185. leave 1 car length for every 10 mph you are going – and leave your cell phone in your pocket or bag – forget about it until you are done driving – NOTHING is that important to risk your life and others!

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  187. Laurie Pearson says:

    Put your cell phone in purse or console.

  188. stephanie says:

    Always wear your seatbelts!

  189. Theresa D says:

    No texting while driving

  190. danielle johnson says:

    Never do a rolling stop. Make sure you stop and look

  191. Emily says:

    O not text and drive.

  192. Jill Myrick says:

    All seatbelts have to be buckled before the car leaves the driveway.
    And all cell phones have to be off and put away.


  193. Robby Rob says:

    for the love of god! stop texting when driving. put down the damn phone!

  194. Shauntea Crutcher says:

    Never talk or text on your phone when driving.

  195. MIchelle Fosnaugh says:

    i always put my cell phone in my purse and put my purse in the backseat, keeps me from answering when it rings

  196. Tiffany says:

    Do not under any circumstances text or call while driving.
    If need be, then pull over.
    Also try not to eat while driving, it can be distracting.

  197. Deb C says:

    Don’t text, ever, ever, and get a Bluetooth device so that IF you HAVE to take a call, you can do it hands-free.

  198. Cindy Merrill says:

    Got pets? If possible, secure them in a pet carrier.

  199. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    never text and always watch the signs
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  200. Kim H says:

    Turn off your cell phones

  201. Madonna says:

    since I always seem to find someone at the gas stations who wants to hit my car, here is a tip related to gas stations, I just found out after driving all these years that on the dashboard of your car if it has a gas pump by your fuel setting that which ever side the handle of the pump is on is the side your gas tank is on. I don’t know why no one ever shared that with me. I am always driving a different car and now I don’t have to pull in then change pumps.

  202. Jill says:

    Keep your eyes on the road and off your phone!

  203. Rebecca Peters says:

    Do not text and drive!

  204. Matt Cavallaro says:

    Never take your eyes off the road and don’t have any distractions such as passengers or cell phones.

  205. Peter G says:

    Check air pressure in tires.

  206. mariem says:

    don’t tailgate! you aren’t gonna get there faster!

  207. Jill Rivera says:

    It helps if you don’t let the deer to sit on the hood of the car.

  208. Nancy Sloan says:

    do not text and drive, or even use your cell phone

  209. My safe driving tip is turn the phone completely off.

  210. Terry Cross says:

    Pay attention and keep your eyes on the road

  211. Always wear your seat belt! No matter what, don’t text and drive. It’s not that important!

  212. Jennifer Reed says:

    Keep your vehicle weighted down in the rain and snow seasons with sand bags or kitty litter to help maintain control of your vehicle.

  213. Jennifer Speed says:

    Leave your cellphone in the backseat or somewhere you don’t have access to

  214. Kellie Conklin says:

    Always make sure you and your passengers are all wearing seat belts and wearing them correctly!

  215. Joy Q says:

    Don’t text and drive.

  216. Kayla says:

    NEVER EVER EVER text and drive.

  217. Deb S says:

    NEVER EVER text and drive. And wear your seatbelt.

  218. Brittney House says:

    We don’t text and drive and we don’t talk on the phones either while driving.

  219. Vikki Billings says:

    Remember to keep a good distance between you and the car in front of you in case they stop suddenly.

  220. Sand says:

    Don’t text and drive!

  221. Richard Hicks says:

    Always drive defensively and leave the phone alone while driving

    brich22 at earthlink dot net

  222. Rebecca Lock says:

    Be alert and aware. Watch the drivers around you and minimize distractions.

  223. Jackee says:

    Turn off the radio.

  224. Spit up, lost binkies, lost blankets, “I’m hungry”, can all wait until you pull over.

  225. theodore esteghamat says:

    Always buckle up.

  226. Angela Cisco says:

    Turn off your cell phones and leave them in your purse.

  227. Ellen Harry says:

    no passing on the shoulder

  228. Kathleen M Smith says:

    Leave a lot of room between you and the car in front of you

  229. Eileen Burke says:

    Turn the phone off in the car!

  230. Melissa says:

    don’t text and drive!

  231. If you start to skid, remember to turn into the skid instead of trying to correct, which is what most people do instinctively.

  232. kelly mcgrew says:

    never ignor a check engine light, low fuel light, or forget to change your oil. these things can lead to many car problems and put you and others in danger if your car were to malfunction due to one of these.

  233. McKim says:

    Turn your cell phone off before you start the car.

  234. Jeanette H. says:

    If you get tired, don’t try to finish your trip, especially if your still far from your destination. Pull over and get some rest. You won’t regret it.

  235. Karen F says:

    Never text and drive, it’s not that important to risk your life or someone else’s

  236. jennifer lane says:

    Cell phone completely turned off while driving!

  237. amy deeter says:

    dont text and drive

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