Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for 15- to 19-year-olds in the United States. In fact, in 2014 there were 2,614 teen (ages 15-19) passenger vehicle drivers involved in fatal crashes, and an estimated 130,000 were injured. Yet a recent survey shows that only 25 percent of parents have had a serious talk with their kids about the key components of driving. Parents need to take the time to talk with their kids about the many dangers of driving. Those dangers include alcohol, seat belts, texting, speeding, and extra passengers.
Even if you think they don’t hear you, they do. Remember, the “5 to Drive” – Set the Rules Before They Hit the Road.
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