About Us

Mission Statement

The mission of the Foundation is to reach out to teenagers and young adults by committing to the awareness and education of utilizing safe driving principles. The Foundation is also committed to financially assisting student athletes who otherwise would not be able to attend the college of their choice.

Murphy’s Laws of Safe Driving

Ten laws of safe driving were established as the basis of the foundation’s mission to promote safe driving to young teens:

  1. NEVER drink and drive.
  2. Speed kills: Don’t even think of exceeding the speed limit—it exists for a reason.
  3. Never try to beat a yellow light—it’s not worth your life.
  4. ALWAYS wear your seat belt.
  5. Unsafe road conditions can be deadly—reducing your speed in poor conditions may save your life.
  6. Use peripheral vision when approaching all intersections. Beware of other drivers
    —they may not see you.
  7. Create a safe distance with the car in front of you.
  8. Do not suddenly change lanes without warning.
  9. Do not be distracted behind the wheel—avoid answering cell phones or changing radio stations unless your car is at a stop.
  10. Keep the volume down—loud music can distract you and impair you from hearing sirens.

Follow Murphy’s Laws on safe driving
…because if anything can go wrong, it will. Don’t take the risk.