Teen Driving with Parent in Car

teen driver safety

on the roads - in the community - in the schools

Teens are among the riskiest drivers on the road, crashing four times more often than adult drivers. In fact, car crashes are the leading cause of death among people ages 16-20, killing more than 5,600 teens each year.

AAA seeks to change these statistics though our educational outreach to the community. By identifying and understanding the factors that contribute to teen driver risks, we develop strategies and programs that can help save lives.

For state-specific Teen Driving information, visit the Keys2Drive website at TeenDriving.AAA.com

To learn more or schedule a presentation, contact the Traffic Safety Lead in your state.

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Traffic Safety Programs & Materials


Teens Driver and Friend Distracted by Looking at Cellphones on The Road

  • Distracted Driving – more than just the cell phone
  • Drunk & Drugged Driving – understanding the effects of alcohol, marijuana and over the counter medications
  • Seatbelts and Airbags – lifesavers if used correctly
  • Graduated Driver Licensing Programs – how passengers and nighttime restrictions can save a life
  • iDrive On the Go

Each presentation can be customized to fit the needs of your organization.


Roy Woolwine - A Father’s Story

Sharing a personal message about the consequences of drinking and driving.
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