It allows teens to test their driving with a variety of simulators and set up courses that test their knowledge about distraction, impairment, and seat belt use. Parents can reduce the risky and sometimes deadly behaviors, such as alcohol consumption, driving without seat belts, speeding, carrying extra passengers, and driving distracted.
Note: Statistics provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
The program increases the amount of time teens are required to spend in gaining experience behind the wheel under the supervision of a parent or guardian. According to data from the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) and National Safety Council (NSC) research, more U.S. teens are killed by auto crashes than anything else and they're three times more likely to be involved in a crash compared to a more experience driver. Having recently taught my son EJ how to drive, I know how nerve-wracking it can be for us - and them! "In Ohio, 124 people lost their lives in crashes involving teen drivers in 2016". It includes a facilitator-led interactive presentation for parents and teens that focuses on the benefits of parental involvement when teens are preparing or actively learning to drive, and is supported by a comprehensive resource guide and companion website. Share the Keys is a research-based driver education initiative created to provide the parents of teen drivers with the tools and resources they need to build and reinforce safe driving habits. The latest results from State Farm show that the number of IN teens involved IN fatal auto crashes has gone down 30% between 2005 and 2015. Even more troubling, in 84 percent of cases when the teen driver was unbuckled, the passengers were also unbuckled.
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The Goleta PD is aware of the importance of role models in a youth's development. Not surprisingly, the study found that more than half of teen drivers (57 percent) would prefer to learn driving skills from someone other than their own parents. Inexperienced drivers, in particular, should make sure they heed the speed limits, especially in construction work zones. However, with all of these activities, teens tend to compromise something very important: sleep.
"Laws are not enough to protect these young drivers".
Tragically, 22 of those 2017 traffic deaths in the Commonwealth have been teenagers between 15 and 19 years of age.* With this initiative being held during National Teen Driver Safety Week, it's important to highlight the fact that half of all teens will be involved in a auto crash before they graduate from high school.