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Published: Saturday, May 25, 2013
October 15-20, 2007 is National Teen Driver Safety Week. This is a perfect time for schools, organizations and families to bring attention to the issue of teen driving safety. And to take eight positive steps that can prevent teen crashes, injuries and fatalities.
In case you don't know:
What Our Congressmen Have Done
On September 5, 2007, The U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passed a bill introduced by Congressman Charlie Dent (R-PA), establishing every third week in October as National Teen Driver Safety Week. An identical bill, introduced by Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) was submitted in the U.S. Senate. National Teen Driver Safety Week concentrates national attention on the development and communication of effective methods to help reduce crashes involving teen drivers.
Then...you might ask what you can do as parents of a teen about to drive or already on the road. Here's an 8-step plan of attack that we encourage you to start this very week!