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 teen driver safety tips and tools that are offered on CIRP’s award-winning website teendriversource.org:
- TeenDrivingPlan Practice Guide, an interactive resource filled with activities, tools and 52 short videos to help both parents and teens make the most of their practice drive time.
- Promote GDL Compliance Infographic to share with policymakers, parents, and teens to encourage teens at higher risk to follow GDL.
- a legislative education fact sheet to share with policymakers to enact decals as part of a comprehensive GDL program.
- a legislative education fact sheet to share with policymakers to the age requirement for the Intermediate License Phase of Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) to age 21.
- a comprehensive tool set that includes multiple fact sheets to help boost a state's Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) program.
- facts and stats on various teen driving topics, including distracted driving, Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL), and speeding.
- teendriversource YouTube Channel
- TeenDrivingPlan YouTube Channel
Program Planning and Evaluation Resources
Our researchers recently collaborated with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation to develop tools to facilitate the evaluation and enhancement of safe driving programs for teens. Although focused on teen driver safety topics, these resources can be used by those interested in a wide range of safety and other public health topics:
The 13-chapter Program Planning & Evaluation Guidebook includes how to conduct a needs assessment to determine specific problems and needs for individual areas; generating SMART objectives; selecting appropriate programming, and recommendations for determining evaluation metrics.
The Program Planning & Evaluation Resource Book includes evidence-based, adapted supplementary resources, such as worksheets; pre-post surveys; websites; literature recommendations; data resources; and more to help guide your programming efforts.
- The CHOP Program Planning and Evaluation YouTube Channel includes videos to accompany each chapter of the guidebook.
Contact Linda Fleisher, PhD at FleisherL@email.chop.edu to access these resources, including key performance measures based on the literature and a database of 62 teen driver safety programs.