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Teen Safe Driving: A Peer Education Program. …every 12 minutes someone dies in a traffic crash …every 10 seconds an injury occurs …every 5 seconds a crash occurs National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. On An Average Day In the U.S.

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…every 12 minutes someone dies in a traffic crash

  • …every 10 seconds an injury occurs
  • …every 5 seconds a crash occurs
  • National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

On An Average Day In the U.S.

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Drivers under 19 years old are involved in 1 out of every 4 injury crashes in Minnesota and 1 of every 6 fatal crashes

MinnesotaDepartment of Public Safety

Startling Statistic

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Traffic crashes are the leading cause of death among teens in Minnesota.

  • Each year, more than 30 teens (ages 16-19) are killed on Minnesota roads.

Did You Know?

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Inexperience

  • Failure to wear seat belts
  • Inattentiveness/Distracted driving
  • Fatigue
    • Driving at night
    • Excessive speed

WhyAre Teens at Risk?

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What is the number one killer of teens?

  • How many teens can legally ride in the vehicle of a new teen driver?
  • Is it legal for teens to use a cell phone while driving?

What Do You Know About Teen Driving?

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Nighttime Driving Limitations

  • Passenger Limitations
  • Cell Phone Use and Texting
  • Drinking and Driving

Teen Driver Laws

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Graduated Drivers Licensing (GDL)

Adds full driving privileges gradually

The three stages are:

— Supervised learning (instruction permit phase)

— Intermediate (provisional license)

— Full licensure

These laws apply only to newly licensed teen driver for the first six or 12 months, or until they reach age 18.

What is GDL?

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It’s EASY…

  • Pay attention
  • Drive the speed limit
  • Don’t drive impaired or drowsy
  • Be a good passenger
  • BUCKLE UP!
  • Know the rules and regulations
  • Other suggestions or questions?
  • And always be a good role model!

How Can You Be a Safer Driver?

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