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Teen drivers. By: andres alaniz. Table of contents. Sports cars Under the influence Passengers Lack of experience Lack of license stats Work cited page. Sports cars.

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teen drivers

Teen drivers

By: andres alaniz

table of contents
Table of contents
  • Sports cars
  • Under the influence
  • Passengers
  • Lack of experience
  • Lack of license
  • stats
  • Work cited page
sports cars
Sports cars
  • When taking about a sports car you think of a fast, well engineered, fun to drive vehicle, but what happens when you mix it with some of the most stubborn people on the planet (teenagers)?
  • Studies show that teenagers are 16 times more likely to get into a fatal accident than adults
under the influence
Under the influence
  • Teen drivers are well known for peer pressure, and behind the peer pressure is usually driving fast and drugs. What do you believe the outcome of this deadly combination?
  • Under the influence of alcohol normal adults are 50% more likely to get into a fatal accident and a teenager under the influence is 75% more likely to get into a fatal accident due to unexperienced driving skills
p assengers
  • When one is a teenager he/she loves to enjoy time with there friends, but are teen drivers responsible enough to have other teenagers in the vehicle with them .
  • when a teenager is going out, they bring their friends which is a big mistake because they are having fun with them rather than paying attention to the road which will cause an accident
lack of experience
Lack of experience
  • Teenagers don’t have enough experience in driving because they barely start out and have at most 1 to 2 years of driving experience compared to an adult who has 5+
  • This is dangerous because they do not know the rules to the road as well nor experienced many driving situations that adults have seen and experienced
lack of authorized licenses
Lack of authorized licenses
  • Most teen drivers tend to not have licenses or if they do, at most they would have is a permit.
  • This means they do not have the required skill assets to drive a car or to even manage one
  • It’s extremely dangerous because by having this lack of skill, they can have an accident
teen driving statistics
Teen driving statistics
  • A total of 3,023 teenagers ages 13-19 died in motor vehicle crashes in 2011. This is 65 percent fewer than in 1975 and 3 percent fewer than in 2010.
  • About 2 out of every 3 teenagers killed in crashes in 2011 were males.
  • Teen drivers had crash rates 3 times those of drivers 20 and older in 2011.
  • In 2011, teenagers accounted for 10 percent of motor vehicle crash deaths. They comprised 11 percent of passenger vehicle (cars, pickups, SUVs, and vans) occupant deaths among all ages, 7 percent of pedestrian deaths, 3 percent of motorcyclist deaths, 10 percent of bicyclist deaths and 15 percent of all-terrain vehicle rider deaths.
  • Eighty percent of teenage motor vehicle crash deaths in 2011 were passenger vehicle occupants. The others were pedestrians (10 percent), motorcyclists (5 percent), bicyclists (2 percent), riders of all-terrain vehicles (2 percent) and people in other kinds of vehicles (2 percent).
  • Fifty-three percent of motor vehicle crash deaths among teenagers in 2011 occurred on Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
  • Teenage motor vehicle crash deaths in 2011 occurred most frequently from 9 p.m. to midnight (16 percent) and midnight to 3 a.m. (16 percent).
work cited page
Work cited page
  • "Teen Driving Statistics." Teen Driving Statistics. N.p., 20 May 2014. Web.
  • "Teenagers and Cars: a Deadly Mix." The New York Times. The New York Times, n.d. Web. 21 May 2014.