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Camila Domonoske. Chevrolet's new Buckle to Drive feature, available on some models, is set when the vehicle is in Teen Driver mode. John F. Martin for Chevrolet hide caption. Know a young driver who's ignoring your pleas to buckle up?
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The moment that your teen passes their driving test for the first time, your heart sinks. Sure, you want your teenager to go out into the world as a first-time driver well-equipped and ready to take on any challenges that come their way. Before you send your teen out on the road for the first time with a new license, this is an article you'll want to read. We're going to explore the sordid history of teen driving and provide real-life tips that you can use to reduce risk the next time your teen gets behind the wheel. After the minimum driving age of 16 was set in the US, it brought its share of issues.
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Teens' Biggest Safety Threat is Sitting on the Driveway
Caysi Jaronske, 17, was in the car with Bollig on that fateful day. She told investigators that they asked Bollig to stop texting and updating Facebook multiple times while she was driving. After the crash, Bollig reportedly asked her boyfriend, year-old Deven Garlock, to lie about having been the one behind the wheel.
Some think the main problem is teenage irresponsibility, said Robert D. About half of the new drivers did indeed crash in that first year, mostly with minor accidents, and the data, soon to be published, let the researchers look at the question of what factors were associated with a lower crash rate during the first year of driving. Ehsani said. The researchers carefully coded all the things that parents and adolescents had said to one another. After all, the minute teenagers get their licenses, he said, they start driving to new places, establishing their independence and taking advantage of their new ability.
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