There are many levels of distraction. Not a surprising statement, right? A study by MIT found this statement to be true when they measured the eye movement of 108 volunteers.
Whatever Spring Break may bring for you, Teens in the Driver Seat wants to remind you of the five simple things to make sure you remember while your on the road.
A new study not only shows having another teen in the car is dangerous, but also pin-points why.
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Being a good passenger is more than relaxing and enjoying the ride, it’s also being an active passenger by helping the driver watch and listen.
There are many predictions, a.k.a. guesses, in life, aren’t there? But, sometimes the facts tell a different story. Driving, for instance. (You knew it was coming, right?) If you are a teen, you have some very harsh facts to face every time you get into a car and, unfortunately, the odds are not in your favor.
The main fact working against you is your inexperience. Driving is a skill. Think of yourself as an apprentice in a job you will be doing the rest of your life. Your inexperience along with the major dangers make your odds even worse.