Idaho Teen Driving

Toward Zero Deaths

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Teens are are more likely to be involved in roadway crashes and, consequently, more likely to be killed in those crashes. “Research shows which behaviors contribute to teen-related crashes. Inexperience and immaturity combined with speed, drinking and driving, not wearing seat belts, distracted driving (cell phone use, loud music, other teen passengers, etc.), drowsy driving, nighttime driving, and other drug use aggravate this problem.”1

In each category listed below are videos that share first-hand experiences of the impact, dangers and seriousness of typical teen driving behaviors.  WARNING: Some videos may contain graphic content that is unsuitible for some viewers.

Aggressive Driving

Bicycles

Distracted Driving

Impaired Driving

School & Work Zones/Pedestrians

Seat Belts

Motorcycles

Winter Driving

See also: Connecticut Teen Safe Driving Contest winners

1. Teen Drivers. Retreived July 18, 2012, from http://www.nhtsa.gov/Teen-Drivers


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