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In One Instant Receives Support from Honda to Help Save Teen Lives

Toyota and In One Instant Team Up: Around the Track or Around Town, Driver Safety Means Full Focus

In One Instant founder Gail Schenbaum honored with Griefhaven’s prestigious Peace of Heart award

Palisadian Mom Takes Action

Teen Program to Prevent Distracted and Impaired Driving Now Free-of-Charge to Santa Monica-area Schools & Community Groups Thanks to Grant by Supervisor Sheila Kuehl

Award-Winning Teen Safe Driving Program Offered For Free

In One Instant Honored as National Organizations for Youth Safety “Partner Spotlight”

New Grants Bring ‘In One Instant’ Safe Driving Program to More Schools
Grant Supports Safe Driving Program

Safer L.A. County Roads Soon Thanks to District Supervisors

“Student Urges Classmates to Drive Safely”

How One Scary Phone Call Changed This Mother’s Life And Led to This Purpose Driven App

In One Instant Warns Agains Distracted Driving

Supervisor Kuehl, in One Instant Team Up for Free Teen Safe Driving Program

‘In One Instant’ Teaches Teens Dangers of Drunk, Distracted Driving

U.S. Congress Presents ‘In One Instant’ With Congressional Recognition Award

In One Instant: From a Recent College Graduate: How to Stop Teen Texting and Driving

Driving Safety Campaign Earns Palihi $25,000 Grant

Venice: Initiative Shows Students the Deadly Consequences of Distracted Driving

California State Senate Presents ‘In One Instant’ With Certificate of Recognition and Appreciation

Culver City Students Participate in ‘In One Instant’

‘In One Instant’ Presented at Culver City High

‘Distracted Driving’ Shows CCHS Students How to Live

City of Los Angeles Presents Streetwise Media ‘In One Instant’ With Certificate of Appreciation

Non-profit Tries to Battle Underage Drinking and Distracted Driving

Samohi Learn Distracted Driving Dangers

Samohi Teens Experience Fatal Crash Aftermath to Stop Distracted Driving

Photo: Staging a Crash Nightmare

California State Assembly Presents Streetwise Media ‘in One Instant’ With Certificate of Recognition and Commendation

Pali High Wins $100,000 Grant Through Contest’s Teen Safe Driving Initiative