Previous3 of 7NextTell teens: No extra passengers in the car.Why: Teens are more likely to get distracted or engage in a risky behavior with a friend in the car than when driving alone.Key statistic: Teens are three times more likely to do something risky when driving with multiple passengers.
Tell teens: No extra passengers in the car.
Why: Teens are more likely to get distracted or engage in a risky behavior with a friend in the car than when driving alone.
Key statistic: Teens are three times more likely to do something risky when driving with multiple passengers.
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