The adoption of the graduated licensing system by most states throughout the 1990’s has proven to provide some reduction in overall teen crashes and teen deaths.

This approach to teen driving requires early stage (Learner Stage) supervised driving, progressing to a drivers examination, followed by an (Intermediate Stage) which allows for varying degrees of limiting un-supervised driving in high risk situations, and finally the (Full Privilege Stage) which is a standard drivers license.

Recognizing Risk

With the limiting of teens ability to drive in high risk situations has proven effective in crash reductions it is also counterproductive in teaching teens how to handle risk situations and hazardous road conditions.

We realize that rather than subject teens to risky or hazardous driving conditions it would provide great benefit if teens could be subjected to simulated real life road hazard conditions and trained on how not only to identify these risks in advance but how properly to adjust their behavior to avoid the collisions that tend to result from these conditions.

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