- The Quick-Click Challenge is a competition that demonstrates the ease of putting on and taking off a safety belt.
- Teams of four students and/or adults race against each other in this safety belt relay, reinforcing “buckle-up” behavior.
- Invite local media;
- Take pictures/video;
- Consider inviting your local agent(s);
- Add the hashtag #SADDNation and #rockthebelt to social media posts.
- A safe location
- A full-size, four-door vehicle with manual lap/shoulder belts in front and rear
- Four traffic cones or some method (sidewalk chalk) to designate a safe relay area
- A minimum of two monitors - Quick-Click Crew
- A stopwatch that registers hundredths of a second (0.00)
- Score sheet for recording times » A whistle » Quick-Click Shirts for the fastest team
- Find an area that is level and paved to provide good footing.
- Set up boundary markers (ropes, chalk or cones) to keep spectators out of the relay area.
- Divide your group into teams of four (someone can go more than once if the teams are uneven).
- The four members will start buckled in their seats.
- For safety, all doors must remain OPEN at all times.
- Participants are to make a concerted effort to avoid any contact with the exterior of the vehicle, especially the doors.
- Not doing so may result in a time penalty or disqualification assessed by the Quick-Click Crew.
- When the whistle is blown, the stopwatch is activated.
- Each person will unbuckle, EXIT the vehicle and move to the next seat (in a clockwise rotation).
- After every safety belt is buckled, team members raise BOTH hands into the air.
- One monitor will watch and blow the whistle when all four players are buckled up with hands raised.
- The action is repeated four times, so that each person sits once in each seat — again, always moving CLOCKWISE.
- When each member is back in his/her original seat, buckled with raised hands, the time is stopped and recorded by the second monitor.
- Send a photo of the quickest team (along with t-shirt sizes) to Ohio SADD. We’ll recognize the team on social media and mail you their Quick-Click T-shirts (limit of four per school per school year).
Have photos ready with students completing the activity.
Include any additional supporting documentation.
Click “Submit Points" and follow the instructions.
Share photos and video to school social media sites
Jackie Bain, SAFE Delaware County Coalition coordinator