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Car crashes are the #1 cause of preventable death for teens.

Fortunately, as parents, there is something you can do.

Step one

Get Your Weekly Pointers for Parents Lessons

Practicing with your teen driver is the best way to build experience. These free weekly lessons cover important driving habits and situations you can work on together. Sign up and you’ll get a free lessons delivered to your inbox.

Step two

Sign the New Driver Deal

Before your teen drives, it’s important to have a discussion about the rules and expectations for staying safe on the road. This parent-teen agreement will help you both get on the same page about driving risks and responsibilities.

Step Three

Spread the Word About Teen Safe Driving

Once you’ve spent some time teaching your teen to drive, you can share this knowledge with others to help all road users stay safe. Use these Employer Resources to get your friends, co-workers and neighbors involved in teen driver safety.


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