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Every day in the United States, 11 teenagers die in car crashes. Car crashes are the number one cause of death for teens, and the summer months are the deadliest time of year.

In advance of National Youth Traffic Safety Month in May, The Allstate Foundation and National Organizations for Youth Safety (NOYS) are partnering with TV star and singer Victoria Justice to encourage young adults to Act Out Loud for stronger teen driving laws.

From now through May 6, teens can visit to create an Act Out Loud Yearbook. There, teens can share a message that they intend to drive safe--and hope their friends do the same--to ensure they continue creating memories for years to come.

Every teen that makes a yearbook, along with their 10 featured friends, have a chance to win $1,000 each!