Here is some helpful information.

Document icon Teen Driver Tip Sheet

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Eight Danger Zones

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Parents Get the Facts

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Parents Share


Document Icon Parents' Pledge


Document Icon Parent-Teen Driving Agreement

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Make the driver's seat a cell phone free zone.

What makes texting and driving so dangerous is that it combines all three basic distractions that affect driving performance:

  1. Visual, by taking your eyes off the road;
  2. Manual, by taking your hands off the wheel; and,
  3. Cognitive, by taking your mind off of driving.
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teenage girlIs your teen ready to take the wheel?

Learning to drive can be scary for teens and parents. But, with the right information, parents can help young drivers stay safe as they gain experience on the road. Look at the helpful information on the left, then take the Parents' Pledge and sign a Parent-Teen Driving Agreement with your teen.


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Test your knowledge about the 8 danger zones for teens behind the wheel.

Getting a driver's license is an exciting time for a teen. But driving is especially dangerous for young, new, drivers. See how much you know about some danger zones for teen drivers.

Don't worry if you don't know all the answers- you can learn more at Parents Are the Key.