Safe driving distracted driving teen
Knowing the statistics and facts about teen distracted driving can help families manage this dangerous crash risk. Driving while distracted can make it difficult to react during a potential crash, especially for teen drivers. Peer passengers, talking or texting on a cell phone, changing the radio, eating, or applying makeup are all dangerous distractions. If the brain is thinking about anything other than driving, it can make it difficult to react during a potential crash, especially for inexperienced teen drivers. Beyond sharing facts and statistics about distracted driving, parents need to model safe driving behaviors by not using a cell phone -- whether hands-free or hand-held -- while driving including at stoplights and not applying makeup, fiddling with the radio, or eating when behind the wheel.
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The dangers of teen distracted driving
Distracted Driving | Motor Vehicle Safety | CDC Injury Center
Every day about 8 people in the United States are killed in crashes that are reported to involve a distracted driver. Distracted driving is driving while doing another activity that takes your attention away from driving. Distracted driving can increase the chance of a motor vehicle crash. Anything that takes your attention away from driving can be a distraction. Sending a text message, talking on a cell phone, using a navigation system, and eating while driving are a few examples of distracted driving.
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Together We Can End Distracted Driving
Nobody plans to cause a distracted driving crash. Distracted driving refers to any activity which takes our hands off the wheel, our eyes off the road, or our minds off the task of driving. Many people believe that distracted driving is a teen problem. The truth is that drivers of all ages engage in distracted driving and we can all play a role in ending distracted driving.
With summer in full swing and pandemic restrictions lifting, more teens are getting behind the wheel. Phone-related distractions are a leading cause of teen crashes, but that phone has also begun to provide insights for parents who want to ensure their young drivers are safe. The question is: How do you effectively use this new information? An age-old parenting quandary is whether and when to use positive reinforcement or punishment with children. When it comes to teen driving, the stakes for choosing the right approach are high.
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