By Becca Butler
Newspapers throughout the country have published stories highlighting automotive products that can help teen drivers stay safe behind the wheel.
Over the past few months, newspapers throughout the country have published stories highlighting automotive products that can help teen drivers stay safe behind the wheel.
As part of SEMA’s consumer awareness campaign to educate mainstream drivers about products that can enhance a vehicle’s styling and performance, articles highlighting products, such as GPS trackers, Bluetooth, plug-in diagnostic port adapters and cellphone blockers, have appeared in print and online news sites that have a combined audience of more than 54 million. Outlets include Las Vegas Review-Journal, San Antonio Express-News, State Journal-Register (Springfield, Illinois) and Williamsport Sun-Gazette (Williamsport, Pennsylvania).
Online articles have also appeared in the following publications:
- Los Angeles Times
- Queens Chronicle (Rego Park, New York)
- San Francisco Gate
- Houston Chronicle
- The Herald News (Fall River, Massachusetts)
- Canton Rep (Canton, Ohio)
- The Standard Banner (Jefferson City, Tennessee)
Keep an eye out for more consumer awareness articles appearing in publications nationwide.