Austin, TX, July 09, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Driving Safety Video in HD is available on-line for the first time. Videos are formatted for iPods™ and Desktop.
PWG Media successfully launches www.teenlivedrive.com where teenagers can drive on real roads, on-line. Now parents can send teenagers for an instructional drive on the Internet Highway without the high cost of gas, stress.
Teenagers can take the iPod out for a drive so to speak, watching real life driving situations on real roads while listening to a professional driving instructor talk about the traffic and approaching situations.
A new website, www.teenlivedrive.com, allows teenagers to download video files that play on iPods, iPhones, iTunes and in QuickTime on desktops and laptops.
“Most schools don’t teach behind the wheel anymore, says Jim Grimm, driving instructor and coach at Reagan High School in Austin, Texas. “I think an in-the-car instructor is best, still an in-the-car instructor online is great, since many kids wind up tuning out a parent.”
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that car crashes are the leading cause of death among teens, nearly 6000 every year and some 300,000 injured.
NHTSA promotes a graduated driver licensing system, where young drivers satisfy staggered requirements before full driving privileges, a system that has shown a reduction in crashes.
“I know that this video instruction is the next best thing to actually driving with a parent ”, says Paul Greenway, producer of the video content. “And I think the on the road driving at teen live drive fits nicely with a graduated licensing program.”
“All subjects in school are important but in a way I think drivers education is most important “, says Grimm. “I mean not being able to add can’t kill you, not knowing what to do behind the wheel can be lethal.”
About PWG Media
PWG Media is an Austin, Texas based video/digital media Production Company.
Clients include Mooney AirPlane Company, Golfsmith, LDR Spine, Hellas Construction, CORE HealthCare and Gila Corporation.
Executive Producer Paul Greenway is a former CBS TV affiliate station reporter.
PWG Media also offers Public / Media Relation Services to help clients get their
story covered by the news media outside of paid advertising.
For more information please visit www.teenlivedrive.com or www.pwgmedia.com.
Please call 1-512-346-0009