During my freshman year in high school, right before the junior and senior proms, there was a huge safe driving campaign. During the entire week an old, beat up piece of junk car sat on my high schools front lawn; showing the wreck that could happen if someone decided to drink and drive during the night of the prom. Over the course of the same week, every student who had their learner's permit or drivers license were able to drive an uncontrollable car(with the presence of a driving instructor)as a model of the way someone could loose control of a car if intoxicated.
My project would be featured in every city's most popular park or social gathering place. There would be a big, hideous, beat up car being placed where everyone could see it displaying the words "Safety City". In this same area there would be a car (like the one stated above) to illustrate a persons lack of control while intoxicated and driving. I believe that this will attract people of my generation because it'll be a fun learning experience. They will be able to experience the dangers of drinking and driving while taking on a challenge. As for the people who won't be able to drive, they'll be able to see the damage that could take place to the a car alone.
Aside from just reaching teenagers, I think that we could also make a statement for young children. In one of Baltimore's most acknowledged parks, Druid Hill Park, there is a place called "Safety City" where children can ride bikes, scooters, or even skate board around this miniature copy of the city. While doing this, they have to obey all traffic signals and signs. By giving this opportunity to children all over the United States, we can instill proper driving habits into people at a young age.