Kelly Nantel (left), Vice President of Nat’l Safety Council, Danielle Branciforte (center), Deborah Hersman (right), President & CEO of Nat’l Safety Council. State Coordinator for Florida SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) and leader of the Florida Teen Safe Driving Coalition receives national recognition for work in teen traffic safety in Florida Tallahassee, FL –… Read more »
Drowsy driving is a widespread issue among motorists in the United States. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), drowsy driving led to roughly 72,000 crashes, 44,000 injuries and 800 deaths in 2013 alone. Learn more about Drowsy Driving and the risk factors in this free guide: https://www.tuck.com/drowsy-driving/
Car crashes are the number one cause of death of our teens, and also the most preventable cause. How can we prevent teen crashes?
Buckling up is the most important safety measure you can take to protect yourself in a crash as it helps keep you safe and secure inside your vehicle.
Research shows most parents mistakenly think the biggest influence on their children’s driving is their driver education teacher or peers.
Actions speak louder than words. Parents, you MUST model safe driving skills if you want your teen to be a safe driver or passenger.