Per mile driven, teen drivers aged 16 – 19 are three-times more likely than drivers ages 20 and older to be in a fatal crash.
Average cost for a property damage accident (with no injury claims)
Source: National Safety Council
Number of people killed or injured in crashes involved distracted drivers in 2013
Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
You’re thinking, “no way, not me”. But the fact is, many accidents happen in the first few months after a person gets their license. You might “know how to drive”, but that doesn’t mean you know how to spot situations where an accident is likely to happen. Or exactly what to do if you find yourself in danger behind the wheel.
Any car crash is very serious. Even a fender bender is likely to cost many thousands of dollars. And it only gets worse. Your insurance premiums can go up for years. You can lose your driving privileges. If someone gets hurt, well you don’t even want to think about it. But you should. It happens to new drivers every single day.
Getting a traffic ticket, even a minor infraction, has long-range effects. Insurance and driving privileges are at risk. We’ll teach you driving habits that will keep those flashing lights out of your rear view mirror.
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