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October 19 - 25, 2014

National Teen Driver Safety Week 2014

National Teen Driver Safety Week (NTDSW) is a time designated by Congress each year to raise awareness of teen driver safety topics and to encourage safe teen driver and passenger behavior. Now in its eighth year, NTDSW takes place October 19-25, 2014. Last year's theme was  ‘It Takes Two: Shared Expectations for Teens and Parents for Driving,’ and thousands of teens across the country used the NTDSW platform to reinforce this safety theme at their schools, in their communities, and with their families.

Check out these blog posts that encourage strengthening the parent/teen bond:

  • Understanding Teen Driving Skills Deficits from Christine Norris, a writer at CIRP@CHOP and mother of a newly licensed teen, who realizes she must practice what she writes to help her daughter gain driving skills.

 

For more ideas and insights to promote National Teen Driver Safety Week (NTDSW) in your school or community, subscribe to our Research in Action Teen Driver Safety RSS feed and follow us on Twitter@SafetyMD 

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