Establishing safe driving habits early on can save lives!
Statistics have shown that automobile accidents are the foremost reason for death among adolescents. The risk of being involved in automobile accidents is high within the first six months after adolescents receive their license to drive. More often than not, it is due to lack of experience and over enthusiasm from a perceived independence.
Speeding, distraction, and failure to notice and respond to possible dangers, are all common reasons for accidents involving teenage drivers. The common reason for distraction among adolescents is texting and driving. Recent statistics indicate that around 21% of adolescent drivers involved in automobile accidents were speeding. The risk of drivers between the ages of 16 and 19 being involved in an automobile accident is four times higher compared to drivers in an older age group or drivers between the ages of 25…
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