USAA’s 2020 Safe Driving and Technologies Report confirms conventional wisdom that older drivers tend to demonstrate safer behavior on the road than their younger counterparts.
Parents can play a key role in helping teens become safe drivers.
15-18 Year Olds: Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teens 15-18 years old in the U.S., ahead of all other injuries, disease or violence. (Source: NHTSA)
Teen drivers have crash rates nearly four times those of drivers 20 and older per mile driven. (Source: IIHS)
Risk Increases: The presence of teen passengers increases the crash risk of unsupervised teen drivers, and the risk increases with more teen passengers. (Source: CDC)
Teen Safe Driving Checklist: How can parents help teen drivers develop safe driving habits for life?
Parents can be the biggest influencers on teens' choices behind the wheel. Please visit USAA’s Parent and Teen Safe Driving Agreement for more details on how to keep teenagers safe on the road. USAA.com/safedrivingagreement
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