I have fast reactions and can stop in time. It’s just this once. I’m in a hurry. I can drive this route with me eyes closed. I’ll make it home; I always do. Nothing has happened. I drive better when I’m a little buzzed. “I AM A GOOD DRIVER.”
Cheaper to manufacture, purchase, drive and insure, stick shifts are also thought to be safer for distracted teens.
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.
A new study not only shows having another teen in the car is dangerous, but also pin-points why.
The AAA Foundation has found teen drivers are approximately 50 percent more likely to crash in the first month of driving.
On the night of November 28, 2010 things pretty much took a turn for the worst. I practically watched my life flash before my eyes.