Have questions? Half of all teens will be involved in a car crash before graduating from high school. Parental involvement doesn't end when a child gets a license. Teen drivers who continue to practice with their parents increase their chances of avoiding a crash. This report from the Governors Highway Safety Association offers more information.
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Teens' Biggest Safety Threat is Sitting on the Driveway
Safety tips for teen drivers | III
While getting a drivers license is an exciting rite-of-passage for teens, it can make a parent frantic—with good reason. The first years that teenagers spend driving are very risky. Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among to year-olds and research shows that more than half of teens who die in crashes are passengers, most of whom are not wearing a seatbelt. Immaturity and lack of driving experience are the two main factors leading to the high crash rates among teens. Even the best teenage drivers do not have the judgment that comes from experience. It affects their recognition of, and response to, hazardous situations and results in dangerous practices such as speeding and tailgating.
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On The Road
The thought of a car accident is very disturbing, but taking precautions will help you avoid them. In this section of TeenDriving. Something as quick and simple as putting on your seat belt or getting your windshield cleaned can mean the difference between life and death. Being aware of yourself and other drivers and practicing good road etiquette is equally important. Below are some tips to keep you mindful and safe.
Teen drivers and new drivers hear so many safe teen driving tips when they enter drivers ed that it can be hard to make sense of it all. From drunk drivers to distracted driving. Right of way laws, rules of the road, and learning traffic laws. While you should try to learn as much as you can, there are some main rules you should follow as a new driver.