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by:XuanJing     2020-06-21
Special Risks of Teen Driving The leading cause of death for teens between 15 and 19 years of age in the United States is automobile accidents. Teens are more likely to be inexperienced drivers, so unusual or stressful driving situations pose an high risk for their level of driving knowledge. They may not know how to steer out of a slide on ice, for example, because they just have not had much practice doing that. Another element of risk is that a teen is also much more likely than a more mature driver to be distracted at the wheel. Cell phones, texting, working the car radio or chatting with passengers can draw a teen driver's attention away from the road and lead to accidents. Teens also tend to be risk-takers, and think nothing bad could ever happen to them. This also leads to unsafe practices behind the wheel . Reduce Your Risk Taking additional safety measures can reduce the number and severity of crashes. Avoid distractions when driving. Put away your cell phone. Have a safety check performed at the car dealership before heading out for a long trip. Airbags and antilock brakes are safety features to look for when buying a car. Please drive safely. This information is not intended to be construed as legal advice. Learn more from Kelley / Uustal Law firm - Fort Lauderdale, FL
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