Teen driving tips from State Farm® will help keep you and your teen safe out on the open road. Share these tips with your teen driver to help promote driving safety. Intersection Safety and Red Light Cameras. Running a red light is a bad idea, but in some places it can also mean a surprise ticket.
National Teen Driver Safety Week. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration sponsors Teen Driver Safety Week each year in October. Parents are the biggest influencers on their teen drivers, even if you think they aren’t listening.
October 21-27, 2018This week and every week, parents should have conversations with their teens about the important rules they need to follow to stay safe behind the wheel of a passenger car, truck, or SUV. These rules address the greatest dangers for teen drivers: alcohol, inconsistent or no seat belt use, distracted and drowsy driving, speeding, and number of passengers.The
Teen Driver has a number of safety features, from muting audio until front-seat occupants are buckled to automatically turning on available active safety technologies like Side Blind Zone Alert, Forward Collision Alert and Forward Automatic Braking.
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for U.S. teens. 1 Fortunately, teen motor vehicle crashes are preventable, and proven strategies can improve the safety of drivers on the road. In 2016, 2,433 teens in the United States ages 16–19 were killed and 292,742 were treated in
Per mile driven, teen drivers ages 16 to 19 are nearly three times more likely than drivers aged 20 and older to be in a fatal crash. Fortunately, teen motor vehicle crashes are preventable, and proven strategies can improve the safety of drivers on the road.
The Teen Safe Driver program offers a number of ways to give you peace of mind when your driver hits the road. Here are a few benefits of the program: The app scores each trip for driving distractions, speeding and more, so your teen can improve their driving and score.
Driver’s education programs are designed to teach teen drivers the rules of the road and to help them become safe drivers so they can acquire the necessary driving skills to prepare for and pass the road driving test and, ultimately, obtain a driver’s license.
Teen Driver Safety AAA has worked for more than 75 years to help families develop their teens into safe, responsible drivers. If you are a parent, teen, educator or safety advocate, AAA’s tips, tools, information and other resources can help you, too.
DHSMV joins the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in recognizing National Teen Driver Safety Week in October each year and highlighting Teen Arrive Alive Day the Tuesday of Teen Driver Safety Week with events throughout the state to remind teens and adults around them how to stay safe behind the wheel.