Driver's Ed Programs
Drivers education is a requirement in most states for teens under the age of 18. However, it is important to understand what the role and responsibility of the professional Drivers Educaiton program is before you select a driving school for your teenager.
Getting a driver license is the most eagerly awaited event in most teenagers' lives — and the most dreaded for their parents. Nearly 3,000 teens are killed in the United States each year. And hundreds of thousands are seriously injured. But together, we can save lives!
See our tips on parents can help keep their teens safe on the road.
Going Beyond GDL's
In spite of the risk factors being proven, none of the 50 states has what it calls an "optimal" licensing program for teen drivers, according to the IIHS. While many states have tightened their teen driving laws, overall, laws regarding teen drivers are simply not keeping up with the lates research.
Go beyond GDL's to keep your teen from becoming a statistic.
Driving Safety Technology
With nearly 3,000 teens killed in the United States each year due to car crashes, automobile makers and other companies have introduced technology to help fight the war against road tragedies.
CruiseSafe's informational guide for parents shows parents what technology is available to help keep your teen driver safe. .