There are surprising findings in a new study about teens and distracted driving behaviors in cars.
The leading cause of death for teens aged 16-19 are car accidents, and it’s long been known that having passengers in the car increases the risk of a car crash, but two new studies explain how they increase crash risk. The pair of studies, from The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, or CHOP, and State Farm, were
National Teen Driver Safety Week kicks off tomorrow and if you are a parent of a teen driver, you have lots of reason to worry every time your kid gets behind the wheel of a car. Car accidents are the leading cause of death for teens ages 16 to 19 and more than 350,000 teens