If you want the cold, hard truth look no further.
Did you know that since 2012 about 2,700 teens die per year in car crashes and tens of thousands are injured? In 2017, 67% of these teens were males1.
That’s roughly the same as losing a school bus full of teens every week. Understanding what the risks are is the first step in changing this statistic.
Learn more about the Major Driving Dangers for teens:
Are you thinking you are not in danger because you’re not yet driving? Crashes and injuries are the number one cause of death for Junior High students, also! Here are things you should know about your risks:
Helping keep the driver distraction free
Helping keep the driver awake
Knowing why speeding is dangerous and reckless
Why wearing a seat belt properly is so important
Never ride with an impaired driver