The anti texting and driving campaign "Text Kills" will visit Los Alamitos High School Wednesday afternoon with the goal of keeping area teens safe on the road.
During Text Kills' visit, presenters will work around the theme of "It Takes Two: Shared Expectations for Teens and Parents for Driving," according a to new release sent by the organization.
The visit to Los Alamitos High School coincides with National Teen Driver Safety Week and is part of a large four-week tour of Southern California High Schools.
In addition to presentations, students will also have the opportunity to interact with distracted driving simulators, remote control obstacle courses, texting and walking simulators and a drunk driving simulator, organizers said.
Students will also be encouraged to take a pledge to not text and drive and will have the chance to sign the "Text Kills Bus."
According to Text Kills, motor vehicle crashes are the primary cause of death for adolescents with teen drivers having a four times greater chance of being involved in a fatal crash than adult drivers.
The Text Kills presentation will take place at Los Alamitos High School on Wednesday afternoon from noon until 1 p.m.