For Parents: How to Avoid Teenage Car Accidents


Earning a drivers license is a powerful rite of passage for any American teenager. In addition to increased mobility, the state-issued certificate represents freedom many new drivers. But to parents, a teenager's driver’s license is more complicated, as it represents the potential for danger in the form of reckless driving and car accidents. Although anecdotal evidence has shown that teenagers are generally dangerous drivers, parents and municipalities can take simple steps to ensure that their teens remain safe on city streets and highways and avoid dangerous driving.

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