Students can direct the future of teen safe driving with compelling videos and life-changing prizes.

About the Video Challenge

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What is the TeenDrive365 Video Challenge?

Video Challenge Rules

Prizes

  • 1st Place: $15,000 and the chance to work with a Discovery film crew to make your video TV-ready!

  • 2nd Place: $10,000

  • 3rd Place: $7,500

See the full list of prizes

Timeline

  • Submission Period
    Began: September 25, 2018
    Ended: February 28, 2019

  • Judging
    March 2019

  • People’s Choice Voting
    April 9th-23rd

  • Winner Announcement
    May 2019

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Judging

All entries will first be screened to ensure they meet the entry criteria outlined on the TeenDrive365 Video Challenge Checklist. A panel of judges will then score your video based on creativity, content and presentation. The top 10 finalists will be added to an online poll for the public to determine the People’s Choice Award. Regional winners will be the highest scoring videos (excluding the 10 finalists) from each of the four U.S. regions. See contest rules for more details. All winners will be announced before June 30, 2019.

  • Creativity (50% of score)
    Demonstrate a fresh approach and clear artistic vision
  • Content (30% of score)
    Tell a powerful story that inspires safe driving habits
  • Presentation (20% of score)
    Be clear and thoughtful

Past Winners and Finalists

See how these past TeenDrive365 Challenge winners and finalists are taking up the challenge to end distracted driving by watching these TeenDrive365 Video Challenge submissions.

It's Not Fine

2018 | Grand Prize Winner
Kirklin H. and Kellen S. from Charlotte, NC

Stay Alive When You Drive (PSA)

2017 | TV-Ready PSA
Emi O. and Summer K. from Millington, TN

One Decision

2017 | 2nd Place & People's Choice
Gabriel H. from Plymouth, MN.

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