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AAA Teenage driver safety

| Nov 15, 2013 | Car Accidents

Below is some great information about what you and your teen driver can do to lower the risk of being involved in auto accident.

Every day, car crashes end more teen lives than cancer, homicide and suicide combined. And many of these teens are killed as passengers of other teen drivers. Research shows that riding with older siblings, teenage neighbors and siblings of friends increases your child’s risk of being in a crash. Even the best and brightest teens have increased risk of being involved in a deadly crash compared with drivers who have more experience.

You can make a difference. According to research, teens value the opinions of their parents most of all (even if it doesn’t always seem like it). That’s why understanding the facts and risks associated with driving and sharing your knowledge are so important during this process.

Below is some great information about what you and your teen driver can do to lower the risk of being involved in auto accident.

Every day, car crashes end more teen lives than cancer, homicide and suicide combined. And many of these teens are killed as passengers of other teen drivers. Research shows that riding with older siblings, teenage neighbors and siblings of friends increases your child’s risk of being in a crash. Even the best and brightest teens have increased risk of being involved in a deadly crash compared with drivers who have more experience.

You can make a difference. According to research, teens value the opinions of their parents most of all (even if it doesn’t always seem like it). That’s why understanding the facts and risks associated with driving and sharing your knowledge are so important during this process.