If you’ve got teen drivers, now is a good time to rehash driving basics with them. The upcoming months of
summer break are known as the “100 deadliest days” in the transportation world because, on average, about 260 teen drivers in the U.S. will die in automobile accidents this summer. That’s a jump of 26% compared to the rest of the year.

Why? Because kids are staying out later, driving more because they’re not in school, driving longer distances and possibly partaking in the use of drugs or alcohol. Here’s more information.

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