When teens learn to drive some think it’s cool not wearing seatbelts. But 1 in 10 teens who learn to drive this year will have a potentially fatal crash.
In the first year of driving teens have the greatest risk of crashing. Making a habit of wearing a seatbelt as you learn to drive may save you in a crash.
Tyler implores teens learning how to drive a car to speak up if a supposedly cool driver is driving a car dangerously. He encourages teens to wear a seatbelt.
There are simple things you can do to reduce the risks for your teen as they learn how to drive a car. There are no do-overs in driving a car.
Toyota has a front seatbelt air bag and Ford, a rear seatbelt system. Making a habit wearing a seatbelt is critical for new drivers learning how to drive a car.