It can be a tedious task to tech your teenager to drive. Most are in that phase where they feel like they already know, and neglect to listen sometimes. But it’s your job as the parent to be calm and patient when helping your child to learn such an important life skill. However this can be one of the scarcest things for parents to do. Your teen is now out on there own and you are no longer with them, and they are in full control of what they are doing. That’s enough for many of us to lose sleep over.
According to Teen Drivers Source, Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for U.S. teens. In 2013, 2,163 teens in the United States ages 16-19 were killed and 243,243 were treated in emergency departments for injuries suffered in motor vehicle crashes. That means six teens ages 16-19 died every day as a result of motor vehicle crashes.