TEENS who are interested in discussing the dangers of impaired driving in a creative platform can enter British Columbia Automobile Association's second annual Dry Grad Video Challenge, open until Nov. 14.
The contest challenges grads across the province to produce a short video that sends the message that drinking, drugs and driving don't mix.
After being judged by a panel, the top five videos will appeal online and will be open for public voting in December.
First, second and third place winners will received $4,000, $2,000 and $1,000 respectively to support their school's dry grad celebrations.
Drivers between the ages of 16 and 20 years old account for the second-highest number of alcohol-related crashes, behind those aged 21-25, according to ICBC's B.C. Traffic Collision Statistics. For more information go to www.bcaa.com/drygrad.