Teens talk about the decisions
they make behind the wheel.
Tanya is getting her daughter
to sign on the dotted line.
When it’s time for your kid to drive,
help them be the best driver they can be.
The leading crash risk for teens is inexperience.
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Eight teens a day die in motor-vehicle crashes.
Tips for parents to turn their teens into safe drivers.
Why are teen drivers the most at-risk for accidents?
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There’s a right way and a wrong way to teach teens how to drive.
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Erin Sauber-Schatz, Ph.D., MPH
Senior Research Scientist for
the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
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