Strong legislation is needed to help keep teen drivers safe on our
roadways. We encourage you to use our Legislative Action Center to send
pre-written and customizable letters to lawmakers in your state showing you
support bills that would help protect teen drivers.
The Legislative Action Center provides an overview of key
legislation pertaining to cell phone distracted driving and teen driving. You
can identify your state lawmakers, find local media outlets, learn how to
effectively contact lawmakers and more.
Here is a teen driving bill NSC is actively supporting in Ohio. If
you live in Ohio, please click the link to be directed to a page where you can
customize and send a letter of support. Information on teen safe driving
legislation in other states will be added as new bills are introduced.
- HB 204: a bill that would upgrade the
nighttime and passenger restrictions for provisional license holders to
restrict teen driving between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m.; restrict, for the first
year of driving, the number of passengers to no more than one passenger
who must be 21 years of age or older (family excepted); and require all
passengers in vehicles driven by provisional license holders to wear seat
belts at all times.