Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles launches “I Hold the Key to a Safer Ohio” contest

Winners will be selected quarterly and receive a special keychain.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Mar 20, 2014
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Attention newly-licensed drivers: the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) wants to hear from you.

The BMV is launching a new contest titled “I Hold the Key to a Safer Ohio.”

Just send the BMV a photo of you with your car keys right after you get your license, along with a brief summary of how you will “Hold the Key to a Safer Ohio” by committing to drive safe. Email the photo and summary to Communications@dps.state.oh.us and you could be featured on BMV’s Facebook page, BMV’s official website and in the Deputy Registrars across the state. Winners will be selected quarterly and receive a special keychain.

Last year, there were nearly 157,000 first-issuance licenses (ages 15-17 years old) in the state of Ohio.  This contest is designed to encourage new drivers to commit to driving safe, which will in turn contribute to a safer Ohio.

For more information, visit the BMV website by clicking HERE.

Comments

rickross2

A keychain? They sure know how to motivate teenagers don't they? I like the idea, but the reward could be a little cooler. I'd rather have a $20 gas card!

ladydye_5

That would go over a bit better. Money talks!

kURTje

Great on call on that 1 Rick.