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Factors Causing Most Teen Crashes and Injuries

Teen drivers between 16 and 19 are three times more likely than older drivers to be in a fatal crash.

What factors cause the most teen crashes and injuries?

1. Not wearing safety belts
2. Too many passengers (1 is too many when it comes to teen drivers)
3. Night driving
4. Drowsy driving
5. Distractions such as text messaging
6. Speeding
7. Driving errors from inexperience
8. Alcohol

This list is available in GEICO’s online Auto Safety library.

This library has a lot of useful information for teens and parents to improve safety on the road.

You will find various brochures and DVDs that are available to download, watch online, or order for free.

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