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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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On An Average Day In the U.S.


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


Did You Know?


  • Inexperience in Minnesota.

  • Failure to wear seat belts

  • Inattentiveness/Distracted driving

  • Fatigue

    • Driving at night

    • Excessive speed

WhyAre Teens at Risk?


What Do You Know About Teen Driving?


Teen Driver Laws


Graduated Drivers Licensing (GDL) in Minnesota.

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?


  • It’s EASY in Minnesota.…

  • 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?


Thank You! in Minnesota.


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