Understand the Facts & Risks
More teens die in car crashes than by cancer, homicide or suicide – and many of them are passengers of other teen drivers. So even if you’re not driving yet, learn what you can do to be safe on the road.
|Get the Facts||Reduce the Risks|
|Riding with new teen drivers can be dangerous.||Don't do it unless you have to.|
|Riding at night with a new teen driver can be even more dangerous.||Again, don't do it unless you have to.|
|Distracted driving can be deadly.||Don't ride with drivers who think it's ok to text, talk on the phone, look at passengers or otherwise take their focus off the road.|
|Seat belts save lives.||Most teens wear their seat belts. Make a rule: Everyone buckles up for every trip.|