We've had ENUFF!

Car wrecks remain the number killer of youth and teens in the US today!

Location: Virginia, North Carolina
Members: 24
Latest Activity: Aug 22, 2011

About ENUFF Emergency Injury Prevention

about the enuff organization
A Crash Prevention program for youth and teens to help prevent the number of deaths on US highways. To educate youth about traffic sfaety and provide, teach, and train smart and safe driving.

Issues focused on:

Seatbelt using
Driver Inattention
Driving while under the influence of drugs and alcohol
School Zones
Community Roads
Helmets and safety Gear
Driving Laws
Enuff Mission

Prevent youth and teens dieing due to car wrecks.
Educate youth and teens on smart and safe driving.
To encourage youth and teens to take part in making a differences in their community.
Develop positive solutions for common issues in traffic related crashes, injuries and fatalities among youth and teens.
Hold monthly traffic meetings with local and state law enforcement
Work side by side with local and state fire and ems agency’s lower number of deaths caused by motor vehicles

Decrease the number of teen crashes, injuries and fatalities on US highways.
Provide a network with other schools, law enforcement, fire and rescue agencies and other organizations to share ideas and resources.
Provide training to educate and empower those with the skills to affect the prevention of youth and teens dieing on roadways.
To give and provide opportunities for youth and teens, adults, parents, law enforcement and other agencies to come together to work hand and hand to address traffic safety, and driving problems..
To start a Fatal Response team for fatal/serious wrecks in the Southwest/central Virginia.

enuff is an organization to improve driver education and alcohol awareness.
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EMS Discussion Forum

Would you like to start an ENUFF group in your area?

Started by Michael J. Palmisano Jun 3, 2009.

What are you seeing in the field that is a problem with youth and teen driving? 5 Replies

Last reply by Amanda Crago Feb 20, 2009.

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Comment by Michael J. Palmisano on February 18, 2009 at 6:38pm
ENUFF turns 4 today . Feb 18th 2009 :)
Comment by Andrew Capone on February 4, 2009 at 6:23pm
PA is working on the cell phone law as well..Although I believe they could work on more pressing issues such as getting our economy out of the crapper.
Comment by James on January 27, 2009 at 9:34am
there is a law on the books here in NY that you can"t talk on the cell phone without a hands free device, and honestly all it seems to do is increase the number of tickets the cops write.

i also know there is a push to out law texting / talking (with or without hands free device) natonally
Comment by Michael J. Palmisano on January 26, 2009 at 2:03pm
Here in Virginia they are working on passing a bill that no one is allowed to text or talk on the cell phone while driving. At the moment driver's under the age of 18 are not allowed to text or talk while driving
Comment by Lisa L. White on January 23, 2009 at 7:59pm
TEXTING...and just using cell phones in general, but that dives into adults too.

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