Watch this new driver training video, created by the Washington Safety Program, which follows a teen driver as a motorcyclist helps the driver learn about safer choices while sharing the road with motorcyclists.
Our Tools for Schools page offers a range of content, tools, and resources designed specifically to help you become a champion for safe teen driving! If you can't find something just Contact Us.
Interested in being a Champion School? Review this page to see what is expected!
Use the following links to learn more about the Champion Schools Program and your roles and responsibilities as a participating school. We ask that you view the webinar below prior to your school visit with your BIANJ technical support person.
** in order to use the form you will need the username and password provided to the faculty advisor/teacher. If the username/password cannot be located please contact us at
Promoting your project is vital to spreading the word about your campaign and increasing its impact. Review the Media Tip Sheet for tips and use the Sample Press Release to send to local and state newspapers for an article about your project. Also please remember that each participating student and faculty member must have a signed Phot and Video Release Form. Teams will be required to bring their signed release forms with them at the Awards Showcase.
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) and Liberty Mutual Insurance "Always-On Lifestyle" Infographic
This infographic depicts the results of a recent study indicating that an "always-on" lifestyle can lead to dangerous driving habits. Share this infographic on social media and mobile platforms.
This infographic depicts the GDL in three phases and statistical information from the New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety. Share this infographic on social media sites and mobile platforms.
In order to enhance the U Got Brains Champion Schools Program, we will implement an evaluation component developed by the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's (CHOP) Research Institute. Schools will ask to participate in this evaluation of the program to the best of their ability.
Technical support is always available to you, however, some of your questions may be answered on our FAQs page. You can view the FAQs page by clicking on the link below.
The Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey’s Walk for Brain Injury Awareness Event
Share the Road Program
Share the Keys Parent/Teen Safe Driving Orientation
New Jersey Manufacturers’ Teen Driver Safety Program
New Jersey Street Smarts Program
GDL Game Plan for Coaches Program