Why is it important to help our teens become better drivers? Motor vehicle crashes with teens behind the wheel are the leading cause of death in teens. It's time to raise awareness with National Teen...
Sleep deprivation is a factor in 20 percent of all car accidents and more than half of these accidents involve drivers 25 and under.
From sipping codeine-laced “purple drinks” to car-surfing, “planking” and vodka “eye-balling”, dangerous teen “trends” can take deadly turns -- yet often fly below parents’ radar.
Hospital emergency rooms treat more than 350,000 teens each year for automobile accidents, according to the CDC. Here's what you can do as a parent to keep your teen driver safe.
Think your child is ready to “graduate” to the next level of car-seat safety? Maybe not. Here are the new rules and some assistance in keeping your kid safe.
Across the nation, five kids have died this year after being left in hot cars, trucks, vans or SUVs. Here are some tips to make sure that doesn't happen to you.
Across the nation, five kids have died this year after being left in hot cars, trucks, vans or SUVs. Here is a look at what happened and how to avoid it with your own family.
Healthy Kids: Driving with friends in the car can triple a teen’s risk for a fatal crash. N.J. and Pa. have beefed up their regs, but new studies from CHOP suggest that it takes more to protect young drivers.