Auto Safety Kit Giveaway – Ends 9/16 (US)

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Auto Safety Kit Giveaway


My son started driving about a year ago. Teens behind the wheel worry me, especially when they first driving on their own. He did a really great job during this time with driving with my niece, myself and my husband during his required one year of practice (permit) driving. However, as my mother always used to tell me, “I am not worried about you but the person in front and behind you. Accidents happen, especially where careless people are involved. Talking on the phone, texting, eating, etc., are all such horrible distractions, but if you take a look around, it’s always happening. Be sure to swing by and read the recent post about Teen Driving over at Jenn’s Blah Blah Blog, written by Jenn. 

Jenns Blah Blah Blog and all her favorite bloggers have joined up with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) to help raise awareness about Teen Driving!


Auto Safety KitOne very lucky winner will receive an Auto Safety Kit compliments of NAIC. The safety kit will include a complete first aid kit, booster cables, tow straps, flashlight, reflective triangles and more.

Giveaway Details

One person will be randomly selected to receive an Auto Safety Kit valued at approx. $50. The Auto Safety Kit Giveaway will run from August 25th through Sept 16th. All entrants must be at least 18 years of age or older and residents of the United States. All entries are optional; however, the more tasks you complete the greater your chances of winning. You must use the Giveaway Tool widget below to enter. Good Luck!

Disclosure: Mama’s Mission was not compensated for this post, did not receive any promotional items, nor am I responsible for the delivery of the prize. The prize fulfillment will be handled by the sponsor.
Mama E

Multitasking mama to 3 living in Miami. Blogging about parenting, lifestyle, cooking and traveling. Covering everything from diapers to dorm rooms. Ask me anything, I've done it all.

Comments (4)

  • I think texting and drinking are a big problem with teen’s driving I think if we could our kids to realize how dangerous these things are we would be able to save many lives for sure

  • It’s important to be open with your children about the responsibilities and expectations on driving. They need to realize how serious it is, but don’t be afraid to get them behind the wheel. If they don’t get practice with you, they will be less likely to follow your rules or to come to you for help.

  • I actually lost my 18-year-old sister to a car accident (she was a passenger in a car with three other teens); my oldest child is now 17 and I worry about his safety every day!

  • I love the idea of both the Teen Driving Contract and the Wreck Check app. Parents cannot always be in the vehicle with their teens (though I’m sure many wish they could.) The best approach is to make sure they are prepared for any eventuality.


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