Teens face the greatest risk of crashing during their first year of driving. One out of every five licensed 16-year-olds will be in a vehicle crash.
“There have been some pretty bad accidents throughout the north recently. We want to help make the drive safer for everyone in Northern Michigan,” said Steve Brown. “The importance of safety belt use and understanding the risk of distraction are examples of topics we would like everyone to keep in mind every time they get behind the wheel .”
Brown Motors has some suggestions for parents and teens to keep us all safer on the road.
Brown Motors’ Safe Driving Tips for Teens
- For the first year, Michigan limits the number of passengers new drivers can have, but, there are so many exceptions. A new driver can have passengers driving to school or an authorized activity, to work, or if the passenger is related…
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