In partnership with the Thousand Islands Adjusters Association (TIAA), Parker Thompson and Drive to Stay Alive had the opportunity to visit the 2019 KO Claims Conference in Ottawa on May 2nd and 3rd. With more than 300 attending the conference, Thompson was the...read more
Westland Insurance and Intact Insurance Partner With ‘Drive to Stay Alive’ – A Program That Combats Distracted Driving.
Drive to Stay Alive is proud to announce a new partnership in 2019 with Westland Insurance, and Intact Insurance Company to bring an important safety message to youth across Western Canada. Distracted driving is the number one cause of vehicle collisions among...read more
With one hand on the wheel and the other scrolling through his cellphone, Parker Thompson barely sees the cyclist on his right before taking the biker out. Next up a series of traffic cones falls under the wheels of his four-door sedan, and he slams on the brakes, but...read more
As a young and upcoming world-class professional race car driver, Parker Thompson knows full attention is critical whenever he is behind the wheel at any race track. The 17-year-old also knows a split-second mistake can turn tragic on a public roadway, and he was in...read more
By: Dale Boyd - Penticton Western News Published: October 6, 2015 When Parker Thompson gets behind the wheel the speeds are higher, but the stakes are the same. The 17-year-old race car driver from Red Deer, Alta. stopped in at Penticton Secondary School on Oct. 2 to...read more
By: CTV Edmonton On September 25, 2015 CTV Edmonton ran a local news story featuring Drive to Stay Alive and our pursuit to end distracted driving in North America. It is a great piece and we can not thank CTV and the staff enough for for their support!read more
By: Kalisha Mendonsa Published: September 30, 2015 A young community member has taken it upon himself to use his rare position as a race car driver to promote the idea of ending distracted driving. Parker Thompson, 17, is entering his second year of promoting the...read more