National teen driving week
Passengers are just one distraction for teen drivers. Phones, radios, and food among others also inhibit teens from staying aware. We talked with parents, students, and a driving instructor to find out what new drivers are learning, in order to save lives. Illinois Department of Transportation says teens only make up just over 6 percent of licensed drivers. Comparatively, teens are responsible for almost double that number in accidents. In , there were over two-thousand car accidents involving teen driver just in Central Illinois.
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National Teen Driver Safety Week begins Monday
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Why we recognize teen driver safety week: Despite the fact that 32 states plus the District of Columbia have passed legislation outlawing all cell phone use by novice drivers, and 44 states have banned texting while driving by novice drivers, research shows that drivers under the age of 25 are two-to-three times more likely than older divers to send text messages or emails while driving. In , 11 percent of all drivers under the age of 20 who were involved in fatal crashes were reported as being distracted at the time of the crash. Keep the Privilege. Additionally, NHTSA encourages teens and adults to take and keep the distracted driving pledge , a campaign to help end distracted driving and encourage individuals to drive phone-free. Distracted driving kills and injures thousands of people each year.
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National Teen Driver Safety Week
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teens in the United States — ahead of all other types of injury, disease or violence. In Oregon over the past five years — , 52 teen drivers age 15 — 17 were involved in fatal crashes, leading to 56 deaths and hundreds of serious injuries. Across the country in , 1, teens died in vehicle crashes where a teenager was the driver another 2, people also died in those crashes. Parents can play an important role in helping ensure their teen drivers take smart steps to stay safe behind the wheel.
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for US teens. Parents can make a big difference in keeping teen drivers safe. The purpose of this week is to help prevent crashes involving teen drivers, increase awareness of safe driving practices, and educate parents and teens about the dangers of driving.
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