SADD wants safe driving to click for students

Oakville’s SADD, or Students Against Destructive Decisions, is partnering up with the Arrive Alive program to promote safe driving.

SADD has been advertising rules of intermediate licenses, seatbelt safety, and the dangers of texting and driving. Also, “seatbelt checks” will be returning once again.

“The seatbelt checks will be random,” SADD coordinator Mrs. Beck said, “They’re meant to promote safety while driving.”

Members will be stopping random cars and checking to see if each passenger is wearing a seatbelt. If they are, candy or another small prize will be awarded to the safe drivers and passengers.

“We want to reward those who are practicing safe driving and hopefully inspire others to start,” SADD member Cathy Rabin (11) sai