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The time changes on November 2. Driving at night is the single biggest risk factor for teen drivers. This is due to visibility challenges, fatigue and driver inexperience. Here are some facts you should know and tips to help you stay safe behind the wheel at night.
Dude! Halloween is on a Friday this year. Bags of candy, crazy costumes and late night horror movies, it’s going to be EPIC! But that also means every kid and their moms are going to be out on the streets tonight. It’s going to be packed everywhere. So let’s run through some quick and easy tips so you can help baby goblins safe.
Teens in the Driver Seat® offers the annual Driving the Message Contest to encourage teens to speak up and save a life. Sponsored by State Farm and AAA.
Get excited about saving lives! Come by for an hour of leadership skill building and to learn how you can launch the Teens in the Driver Seat Jr. High program at your school. Learn leadership skills and get information on starting Teens in the Driver Seat Jr. High at your school
Norfolk High School JOOI Club and a local Trooper just returned from San Diego where they accepted the National Safety Council’s 2014 Teen Driving Safety Leadership Award for their continued efforts to support safe driving.
“It’s not always easy leaving a profession behind where you feel you made a difference in young people’s lives, but I did such in hopes that my students would grow up to be successful when they graduated. Here I am as a new member of the Teens in the Driver Seat Program in San Antonio and enjoying every minute of it.”
Before they can drive a car themselves, younger teens can play a significant role in promoting safe driving by their older peers. They can even remind their parents what it means to be a model driver for their children by promoting safe driving as a passenger who depends on the driver to keep them safe.
Teens in the Driver Seat® is a peer-to-peer safety program for America's youth. Too many teens are dying. Car crashes kill more young people than any other cause, accounting for nearly half of all teen deaths in America each year. Over 3,000 U.S. teens die each year in car crashes; that's the equivalent of a commercial jet loaded with teenagers crashing once every other week for an entire year. On a per-mile driven basis, teens are far more likely to die in a car crash than more experienced drivers. The majority of ...More about the program>