"To teach is to learn twice." -Joseph Joubert
The Suburban Collection's 6th Annual "Focus on the Road" competition tasks students with creating videos to raise awareness about distracted driving.
One school received 2 special honors from the dealer group's contest. Aiden Coffer of Romeo High School took 2nd place and a $1,500 prize, while the school won $1,000 to the charity of its choice for having the most student submissions in the contest.
Michelle Nartey of Troy Athens High School won the $2,500 first place price, and Plymouth-Canton Schools' Eli Iacovoni claimed 3rd and $1,000.
Regional VP for Lithia Motors and the Suburban Collection, Mike Cavanaugh, said it's more important than ever to remind drivers of the danger of distracted driving.