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Teenage drivers pose the highest crash rates in all of US. Studies show that distracted driving behavior was affected by various factors including the number of passengers, their type and age Understand the prime cause of accidents and what behaviors that must be avoided.
If you are studying for a learner's permit, expect your DMV knowledge test to include questions about distracted driving,[Read more...]
Here are three things need to know when your teen wants to get a learner's permit and start driving. First, you need to be familiar with your state's requirements, whether you're just starting to teach your teen to drive or turning him loose for the first time. You must know the restrictions on teen drivers during the learner's permit phase.[Read more...]
Why is there a limit on the number of passengers during the intermediate phase of a Graduated Driver’s License (GDL) program? The reason is the risk-taking behavior that peer pressure triggers. Studies by National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) show that young, novice drivers are two-and-a-half times more likely to engage potentially risky behaviors when driving with one teenage peer compared to when driving alone.[Read more...]
In 2012, 3,328 lives were taken because someone thought they could do two things at the same time. Be prepared for questions about cell phone use and text messaging on your permit test.[Read more...]
A nationwide campaign against distracted driving has started. Be safe and make sure you know the laws in your state. When you apply for your first permit, you are very likely to be asked about cell phone and messaging restrictions. [Read more...]