LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Students at 38 Michigan high schools are participating in the “Strive for a Safer Drive” peer-led traffic safety campaign.

The program is in its 11th year and aims to reduce crashes involving teenagers by encouraging then to talk with other teens and their communities about making safe-driving choices.

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