Every day, an average of 11 teens die on the nation's highways. Tougher driving laws would sharply reduce the fatalities. This is the story of the loss of Daniel Noble and the subsequent push for Save11 - national legislation for graduated drivers licensing laws for teens.
Encouraging teens to develop the right attitudes today can lead to a lifetime of safety for all American families. Car crashes are the number one killer of teens in America causing far more teen deaths than drugs, illness, violence or suicide. According to research from The Allstate Foundation, parents are the number one influence on their teens when it comes to learning to drive.
So, how do you steer them in the right direction? Explore resources from The Allstate Foundation to make a difference for teens on the road.