The Teen Driver Safety team at the Center for Injury Research and Prevention at CHOP offers free evidence-based teen driver safety tools for teens, parents, educators, advocates,and policymakers for use in enhancing teen driver safety. These tools include fact sheets with teenage driving tips, videos, statistics, and educational curricula, as well as posters and other promotional materials. Here is a sampling of the types of teen driver safety tips and tools provided on CIRP’s award-winning website teendriversource.org:
- Enhancing Education To Keep Teens Safe On The Road, a suite of research-based instructional materials designed to help educators address the leading public health threat to teens – car crashes
- Trends in Safe Teen Passenger Behaviors Infographic, an attractive representation of data taken from Miles to go: Focusing on Risks for Teen Driver Safety, a national report on teen driving from CHOP and State Farm, released on April 3, 2013
- Our New Normal: Living With Brain Injury Following Prom Night Crash, a video that shows how one family is dealing with traumatic brain injury (TBI) as the result of a teen driver crash
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Click here to access Facts and Stats on various teen driving topics, including distracted driving, Graduated Driver Licensing, and speeding.
Click here to access Teen Driver Safety Tools, including fact sheets and other resources.
Click here to access Teen Driver Safety Multimedia Tools, including video clips, podcasts and PSAs.
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