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She may look innocent, but watch out -- teen drivers are to be feared! Credit: Getty Images
Teen drivers. Fear them.Fresh statistics say 68 percent of them narrowly avoided a serious accident in the last year. And more than half ...Most teenagers say they have had close shaves in the past year.
Seven of the top deadliest days of the years for teenagers fall between Memorial and Labor days. Credit: Getty Images
The folks at AAA are nervous. Summer is here. That means teenagers are out of school and hitting the road.Angels ...AAA releases grim report on teen driving, urges caution
Are parents really the best driving instructors? Illustration by Dori Hartley Parents and Teens Will Drive Each Other Crazy by Jessica Samakow If your kids wanted to go skydiving, would you teach them how to jump ...When it comes to teen driving, are parents the best teachers? Or is it time to call in the pros?
It's easy enough for the folks at AAA to say parents need to spend more time teaching teenagers how to drive. Sure, let those people hurtle the wrong way down on a one-way street during 5 p.m. rush hour, sitting next to a panicky teenage ...Study says parents need to spend more time on the road with inexperienced, jittery and dim-witted teen drivers
New Jersey law requires drivers under the age of 21 to identify themselves with red decals on their license plates. But many young people see the decals as scarlet letters, and, ABC News reports, more than half of them simply ignore the law. ...
There are few things as frightening for a parent as watching their child drive off behind the wheel of a car alone for the first time. In my experience, the only thing that even comes close to that feeling is actually sitting next to your teen as she ...
The Home School Legal Defense Association has been advocating parent-taught driver's education for some time. Since parents are responsible for their children's well-being and safety, shouldn't they be allowed to substitute formal driving education ...