Road Safety Tips for New Drivers
Everyone remembers the day they first earned their driver’s license.
It’s a rite of passage. Although many take driving for granted, it’s one of life’s most anticipated milestones; being able to drive means freedom and opportunity. But on the other hand, driving a vehicle is one of the most dangerous things a person can do — and the majority of people drive on a daily basis!
Each day, another 100 lives are lost due to motor vehicle crashes, making traffic accidents the leading cause of death in the United States. In 2021 alone, approximately 43,000 vehicle fatalities occurred on US roadways.
With spring and summer breaks just around the corner, many new drivers will soon be venturing onto roads alone for the very first time. Because young drivers are more likely to be involved in a crash than any other age group, it is critical that they understand their limitations and exercise a high level of caution.
Send this guide to the new driver in your life who you want to set up for success.
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