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More Driving Time = Safer Teens

Teens should get more driving time to improve their driving skills and decrease the risk of accidents. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, car crashes are the leading cause of death for teenagers in the United States. In 2020, approximately 2,620 teens aged 16-19 were killed in car accidents, and approximately 280,000 were treated in emergency departments for crash-related injuries. By providing teens with more opportunities to practice driving, they can develop a better understanding of how to handle various driving scenarios, reducing the risk of accidents and saving lives. By investing in their driving education, parents and guardians can help ensure that their teens become safer and more responsible drivers.

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