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Eight Danger Zones for Teens

Danger Zone #1: Driver Inexperience Crash risk is highest in the first year a teen has their license. What Parents Can Do Provide at least 30 to 50 hours of supervised driving practice over at least six months. Practice on a variety of roads, at different times of...

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Teen Driving Statistics

Teen Drivers are Most at Risk Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among 15 to 20-year-olds. Drivers ages 15-20 accounted for 12% of all drivers involved in fatal crashes in 2008 and 14% of all drivers involved in police-reported crashes. 16-year-old’s...

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The Risks of Distracted Walking

In recent years, Distracted Driving has become more prevalent in our society...now the rise of Distracted Pedestrians. We have seen more and more campaigns against the use of mobile devices while driving and the tragedies that have occurred because of distracted...

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The Risks of Overloading Your Vehicle

Overloading your vehicle is dangerous and is something you should avoid at all times. Every passenger should always have their own seat and use their own seat belt, no matter the type of vehicle. One Florida family learned the overloading lesson the hard way over the...

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