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National Teen Driver Safety Week Raises Awareness

National Teen Driver Safety Week

How can we keep our teenagers safe on the roadways?   October 16th through the 22nd is National Teen Driver Safety Week.   Its objective is to educate the country and find resolutions to prevent teen deaths behind the wheel.  This program is held the third week of October each year.  It was recognized by Congress in 2007.   The program is designed to help parents show their teens how to drive safely and effectively.   Research shows there are fewer collisions with teenagers whose parents are actively involved in their driving.  Teenagers must know driving laws and allow their parents assistance in teaching them. 

National Teen Driver Safety Week helps parents become better driving instructors for their children.  The program gives parents tips on how to help them deal with everyday driving situations. It also is a great platform in outlining how to stay out of a collision.  There are many great resources online that give parents advice when dealing with teenage driving.  The main cause of death for adolescents is car accidents.  More than 5,000 teens are killed each year as a result of vehicle crashes.  Parents must observe their teens when they are driving.  This will decrease teen auto collisions.  Gerber Collision and Glass highly encourages parents to help their teenagers learn how to drive.

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  1. Hey! Excellent post! Please do tell us when we can see a follow up!

    Posted by kahlua recipe | October 29, 2011, 5:02 pm

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