Strategies for Preventing Crashes on American Roads
Seven teenagers between the ages of 16 to 19 die every day in a car-related crash. The risk of young drivers being killed in a car crash is much higher than in all other teen activities combined.
This is due to:
- Weak licensing laws for this age group in many states
- Distracted driving
- Inexperience behind the wheel
- Operating less-safe, older model-year vehicles
Our 2016 Road Safety Report focuses on this at-risk group and provides solutions to making the roads safer for everyone, especially within this young, vulnerable age group. Help us make our roadways safer for teens and everyone in the U.S. by downloading our report to learn more about this issue and ways to prevent more deaths.
Download the 2016 Road Safety Report now!
Host a presentation
Interested in hosting a group presentation about our Road Safety Report? We are booking speaking engagements to share our expertise in making our roads safer, particularly with teen drivers.
Contact Mark Kennedy by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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