Teens have been told time and time again not to drive distracted, and research shows parents/guardians could actually be good deterrents to risky driving behavior, but it starts with parents recognizing and changing their poor driving habits.
I say, speak up to distractions. Speak up to your parent when they try to put on makeup while driving, speak up to your friend Snapping a picture of you both while you’re driving, and speak up to your peers so they don’t fall accustomed to their parents’ poor driving habits. Speaking up takes guts—it takes nerve—but I believe you can help make our roads safer by speaking up to distractions.
Read the full article by Gabriella Medina on t-driver.com