Driving: the Number One Killer of Teens

Whenever there is bad weather, parents and teachers usually tell teens to drive safely. What about the rest of the time we are out on the road driving, though?  Each year, roughly 5,000 teens ages sixteen to twenty die due to fatal injuries caused by a car accident.  An even more astounding number is the 400,000 that are seriously injured.  This isn’t just a slight fender-bender or backing into a mailbox. This is serious high-speed and reckless driving that could be the cause of someone’s death, and it should not be taken lightly. We all take cars and our licenses for granted. Continue reading Driving: the Number One Killer of Teens