AAA Study: First Month of Driving is the Most Dangerous for Teen Drivers

A study by AAA showed teens are 50 percent more likely to crash in the first month of unsupervised driving, reports the Sulphur Springs car accident lawyer.

10/24/2011 // Sulhpur Springs, Texas, USA // PRW // Sulphur Springs Car Accident Lawyer Gregg Price

It’s true, practice makes perfect—even when it comes to driving. Newly licensed teen drivers just don’t have the experience of operating a motor vehicle, which leads to mistakes causing traffic accidents. If parents want to help keep their teen from becoming a statistic, it is a good idea to enroll them in driver’s education classes and any other programs your community offers to improve driving skills, the Sulphur Springs car accident lawyer advises. These precautions could save their life.

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