CHOP Research Gives New Look at Teen Drivers
It’s National Teen Driver Safety week! CHOP research shows
that most kids rely at least partially on their parents to learn how to drive-
and for 40%, parents are the only driving instructor teens ever have. Even
though parents play a critical role in teaching teens to drive, new research
from CHOP shows they may not have the tools and support they need tools and
support to be effective teachers.
Read this editorial in the Courier Post from the teen
driving experts at CHOP’s Center for Injury Research and Prevention,
encouraging parents and driving instructors to work together to help teens to
develop into safe, responsible drivers.
For more action tips and the latest research to help support
parents and teens, read the TeenDriverSource article here.
Read the Courier Post article here.