As you can see from the illustration, we are working to make the
Campaign for Courtesy on the Road an easily duplicatable program
that can be a success in your city, county, or state!
What do you need to begin?
Courtesy on the Road is an upbeat program that rewards high school students for being safe, smart and courteous drivers. We have created Sheldon, the mascot and spokescar for COR to be a symbol for friendly driving. A positive program with positive results!
It takes a little time to develop relationships with your most important partners: the local police, the local school system and, of course, the students. Time spent to build bridges and forge trust at the start of your program will be a worthwhile investment.
COR National Headquarters has all the supplies you will need to get the program going. Shown left are the magnets, curriculum and Courteous Driver signs to post at the exits of high school parking lots. It is very important for students to see Sheldon as a reminder to drive courteously.
In addition, headquarters will supply you with a promotional DVD featuring a powerpoint presentation, a music video of Exit 76 singing
“It’s the Journey” and samples of media coverage of Courtesy on the Road. Also included are forms such as sign-up sheets, windshield wiper notes, posters, etc. that may be copied for your use.
Besides the materials you will receive to help you start up, COR HQ will also support your efforts through our weekly e-notes. E-notes teach safety and maintenance tips, offer contests, keeps students up on the latest activities, weekly winners and school standings.
If you would like to discuss starting a chapter in your area, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 443-285-9800.