"100 Deadliest Days" Arrive For Teen Drivers

We are entering what AAA calls "100 Deadliest Days" of teen driving. AAA said it often sees a spike of about 15% of deadly teen crashes during the summer months. According to a report by WHEC, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety's latest study, 16 to 17-year olds are three times more likely than any other drivers to be involved in a fatal crash, and they say parents are on the front line when it comes to keeping teen drivers safe. According to AAA, the first cause of a distraction for a teen driver was a passenger, and the second was a cell phone. AAA says speed, seatbelts, and distractions are the three most common factors in deadly teen car accidents.



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