When most think of a distracted teen driver, they think of a teen who drives on the highway while looking at their phone or someones who’s too preoccupied with their friends in the car. But what of those teens who aren’t inherently reckless? What about those who try to be safe, but cannot stop daydreaming? When daydreaming, a person no longer responds to the environment. Imagine if a teen was lost in their own world and suddenly a deer jumped out or a child ran after a ball. This is a problem faced by nearly every new driver. To combat this, teens should be educated on the issue and given strategies to keep their minds active and awake. This is the goal of Counting Sheep.