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Safe Driving for Teenagers

We are committed to helping you teach safe driving for teenagers, as well as other safe behaviors around driving. Although most teenagers wear seat belts and are taught to drive safely, some still make critical errors due to skill deficiencies that often lead to serious crashes. Others engage in risky driving behaviors. Research indicates that most car crashes are preventable, not inevitable. As an educator, you play an important role in helping to reduce teen driver crashes by promoting safe driving for teenagers.

We regularly add new resources and update existing resources to help you reach teens during the learning-to-drive process and beyond. Recently added is a new program planning and evaluation guide to help you make meaningful change in your school or community. The resource includes a guidebook and videos on the CHOP Program Planning & Evaluation YouTube Channel.

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Just one teen passenger doubles the risk a teen driver will get into a fatal crash; three or more passengers quadruples the risk.

Just one teen passenger doubles the risk a teen driver will get into a fatal crash; three or more passengers quadruples the risk.

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