AAA Teen Driving

Parents

Vehicle crashes are the No. 1 cause of teen deaths in this country. In fact, one out of every three teen deaths is the result of a motor vehicle crash. The real tragedy is that crashes in general are almost 100 percent preventable. To help combat statistics such as these, AAA developed Keys2Drive,  a website for teen drivers and their parents.

AAA’s Keys2Drive is the only online teen driving resource tailored for your state and your phase in the learning-to-drive process. The site includes information about licensing, driver education, practice driving and more. Also on the site:

Experts agree that parent involvement is key to helping young drivers avoid crash injuries and death. According to research, teens value the opinions of their parents most of all (even if it doesn’t always seem like it). That’s why understanding the facts and risks and sharing your driving knowledge are so important during your teen’s early driving years.

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Additional AAA resources for parents of teen drivers are below. For more information, contact Nancy White, Director, Public Relations: 202-942-2079.

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