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Teenagers

It’s been a long time since your little ones transitioned from a booster seat to an adult seat belt, and they’ve been good about buckling up properly every time. Now they’re teenagers. Think it’s time to relax?

Think again: The majority of teens involved in fatal crashes are not wearing their seat belts.

Buckling up is not a one-time conversation—it’s an ongoing one. Remind your teens about car seat laws, remember that children under 13 should always be in the back seat and visit our Teen Driving section to learn more.