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Teenage Driving Safety

TEENRGE DRIΥING SAF ET Learn the facts to help keep your teenager safe at the wheel .• IN ONE YEAR •. DRIVERS 19 AND UNDER WERE INVOLVED IN CLOSE TO 3 MILLION MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS. IN THEIR FIRST YEAR OF DRIVING 1 IN 5 16-YR-OLD DRIVERS HAS AN ACCI DEN IN 2010 about 2,700 teens 오오오 IN THE UNITED STATES 16 to 19 YEARS OLD WERE KILLED IN MOTOR VEHICLE CRASHES THAT'S ABOUT 225 PER M ONTH 52 ΕΥΕRY DΑΥ PER W EEK TEEN DEAT HS IN MOTOR VEHICLE CRASHES PER 100,000 POPULATION BY STATE (Average annual fatality rates for 2009-2010 color-coded by group) Fatality Rates Per 100,000 Teens | 1st group: 3.9 - 7.2 1 2nd group: 7.5 - 10.1 3rd group: 10.3 - 16.7 1 4th group: 17.0 - 29.1 more than occur between 40% e ΟF TΓ ΕΕΝ 9pm & бат AUTO DEATHS HOW TO HELP There is plenty to know to help keep your teen safe at the wheel BEST CARS The 10 FOR YOUR TEEN TO DRIVE The safest, most reliable, and most fuel-efficient Ford Ford SCION FORD HONDA FORD SCION SUBARU TAURUS ACCORD FUSION XB LEGACY CAD 10 VOLKSWAGEN AUDI ΤΟΥOTA SUBARU HONDA JETTA АЗ COROLLA IMPREZA CIVIC (4D) According to NBCnews.com THE 100 DEADLIEST DAYS Memorial Day - Labor Day The unofficial beginning and ending of summer – bookend what's known as the 100 deadliest days for teen drivers on our nation's roadways. During this period, hundreds of teens die in horrific and preventable car crashes. Parents play a vital role in keeping their teen drivers safe all year. Here are five reminders for parents whose teens are navigating the deadliest time of the year behind the wheel: FRIENDS CAN BE FATAL. Just one teen passenger increases a teen driver's crash risk by 48 percent. OFF THE ROADS AFTER DARK. Parents should require their teens to be off the roads before 10 p.m. SEAT BELTS SAVE LIVES. Teens have the lowest seat belt usage rates. Parents should make sure their teens use seat belts on every trip and set a good example. SILENCE CELL PHONES Cell phone use - handheld and hands-free – increases crash risk fourfold. EXPERIENCE IS CRITICAL Parents should drive with their teens for at least 30 minutes each week, even after teens receive unrestricted licenses. Sources www.teensafedriving.org/blog/theyre-here-the-100-deadliest-days-for-teen-drivers/ www.nbcnews.com/business/14-best-safest-most-reliable-fuel-efficient-cars-teens-6C10435396 www.cdc.gov/motorvehiclesafety/teen_drivers/teendrivers_factsheet.html www.dosomething.org/tipsandtools/11-facts-about-teen-driving www.travelers.com/prepare-prevent/auto/teen-driving/young-driver-statistics.aspx

Teenage Driving Safety

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This infographic talks about the most dangerous times for teenagers to drive, provides some staggering statistics, suggests tactics for parents to use in educating their children on driving safety, an...

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