Well, not exactly, but Bridgestone has brought some additional attention to a topic that's not so chocolaty - teens and driving safety.

Bridgestone recently launched a Teens Drive Smart Video Contest during which they are waiting for 25 or 55 second videos about any driving safety issue. They expect the videos from teens and young adults in ages 16-21 from all around the U.S.

Reason for the contest? Bridgestone conducted a nationwide poll to understand what young people are doing behind the wheel. It turned... continue reading

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