How Often Are Teens in Car Crashes? [Infographic]
Motor vehicle wrecks are the leading cause of death for American teenagers. While this may be, at least in part, due to the general lack of driving experience that 15 to 19 years old have, it’s also commonly the result of the poor choices and risky behaviors they tend to exhibit behind the wheel.
Focused on preventing teen crashes and saving lives, federal authorities and safety leaders are sponsoring Youth Traffic Safety Month in May, hoping to:
- Promote awareness about the common causes of teen driver auto crashes
- Help young motorists minimize their crash risk
- Prevent fatal teen auto crashes.
At Haslam & Gallagher, we are helping to spread the word by sharing the following infographic, which illustrates the tragic facts about just how often teens are involved in car wrecks.
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