Drive2Win

Drive2Win

Drive2Win rewards drivers for playing it safe. You can win prizes just for driving distraction free and tracking it with the Drive2Win app.

All The Prizes

Check out this month's round of exciting prizes!

  • $10 Subway Gift Card

    $10 Subway Gift Card

  • $10 Regal Cinemas Gift Card

    $10 dollar gift card for use at Regal Cinemas! River Falls Stadium 12, Clarksville, IN New Albany Stadium 16, New Albany, IN Shelbyville 8, Shelbyville, KY Madison 6, Madison, IN

  • Semi-Synthetic Oil Change

    One Semi-Synthetic oil change valued at $29.95 redeemable at all locations. 8005 Brownsboro Rd, Lou, 40241 502-425-4830 9260 Westport Rd, Lou 40241 502-426-9090 10700 Plantside Dr, Lou 40299 502-384-7600 1312 W US Hwy 42, Prospect 40059 502-228-7705

  • Louisville Bats Ticket

    A ticket to a Louisville Bats game

  • $25 Barber Visit

    $25 towards a visit to the Derby City Chop Shop!

  • Free Hour

    One Free Hour at House of Boom, the Ultimate Trampoline Experience

  • $10 Graeter's Giftcard

    $10 Graeter's Giftcard

  • $10 Starbucks Giftcard

    $10 Starbucks Giftcard

  • $10 Domino's Giftcard

    $10 Domino's Giftcard

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Why We Do It

We believe Drive2Win can change negative habits through positive reinforcement. Every day there are nearly 15 fatalities and 1100 injuries all due to distracted driving.

By keeping drivers focused on the road, we’re helping to prevent accidents and save lives. We believe that those who are committed to making the roads a safer place deserve to be rewarded.

5 seconds: the minimal amount of time your attention is taken away from the road when you’re texting and driving. If you’re traveling at 55mph, this equals driving the length of a football field with out looking at the road. *

Forty percent of all American teens say they have been in a car when the driver used a cell phone in a way that put people in danger. *

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported that in 2012 driver distraction was the cause of eighteen percent of all fatal crashes – with 3,328 people killed – and crashes resulting in an injury – with 421,000 people wounded. *