Find More Teen Driving Statistics And Learn More About Helping Teens Become Better Drivers By Visiting These Sites
Getting a driver’s license and a car is a joyous time for many teenagers, but one that mandates huge responsibility and caution. After all, teens are more at risk of getting distracted behind the wheel than any other age group, including seniors. To learn about the risks of teen driving and how to keep your teen driver safe, check out these links:
Visit the CDC website to learn how you as a parent can keep your teen driver safe behind the wheel.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has an entire website devoted to educating parents of teen drivers on road safety.
Did you know that teens with parents who set and enforce driving-related rules at home are 50% less likely to die in a motor vehicle crash? Learn about this and many other statistics on teen driving when you read this PDF from State Farm and the Governors Highway Safety Association.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website has a fact sheet on the dangers of teen driving.
- The type of car that your teen drives plays a major role in determining how he or she will fare in the event of an accident. Check out this list of the best cars for teenage drivers, as compiled by Consumer Reports.
For more information on improving the safety of teen driving, call Top Driver at (888) 471-5418 and ask to speak with a program representative.