National Safety Month: Week 2

Week 2: Teen Driving Safety

You may not be surprised to find out that motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death and injury for teens ages 15 to 19.  About 17 people die per day  from teen-involved auto accidents. has a 5-part series on how to help your teens be better drivers.

Part I: How To Crashproof Your Teenager
Part II: Laying Down the Law for Your Teen Driver
Part III: Finding a Driver’s Ed Program That Really Work
Part IV: Choosing the Safest Car for Your Teen
Part V: How To Keep Tabs on Your Teen Driver

In addition, you may want to check out these 10 Tips For Keeping Your Teen Driver Safe.

Week 1: Prescription Drug Overdose Prevention
Week 3: Preventing Overexertion at Work and Home
Week 4: Dangers of Cell Phone Use While Driving


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