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Teen Project: Teen Crashes by Maria Guardado

Driver Ed Final Project (FLVS)

Maria Guardado

on 23 October 2013

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Transcript of Teen Project: Teen Crashes by Maria Guardado

Teen Crashes
In 2010, 54 percent, or 1,532, of the 2,814 occupants of passenger vehicles age 16 to 20 who were killed in crashes were not buckled up.
The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety released a report in May 2012 that showed that the risk of 16- or 17-year old drivers being killed in a crash increases with each additional teenage passenger in the vehicle. The risk increases 44 percent with one passenger; it doubles with two passengers, and quadruples with three or more passengers. The study analyzed crash data and the number of miles driven by 16- and 17-year olds.
Fifty-five percent of motor vehicle crash deaths among teenagers in 2010 occurred on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday.
Organizations Helping
Why is this problem especially for teens?
Car accients in general are problem by itself, but teens are especially affect more. Their group age (16-19) are inexperience drivers that get distracted more easy by passengers and talking or texting on the phone. Teens also lack skills because they don't have experience and knowledge of driving to understand risks (ex. texting, drinking drugs, speeding or not wearing a seat belt) they take while driving puts them danger as well as others. These distractions lower their reaction time causing them to be more likely to crash then other age groups.
By Maria Guardado
what can I do personal?
Something else that should be done to help solve or curb the problem.
Having New driving requirements for new drivers (teens) in which they have to participate in a program that teaches these new drivers the risks of drinking, drugs and use of phones while driving. In addition these new driver should be check if they drive safe.
Police can also enforce the laws currently more.
Introducing short programs to student early in school similar to programs about drugs and acholch already happening in middle and high schools. Just as an addition to programs already made it will help in their decision later in life. Having students at their schools take a pledge to not driver dangerous.
I can't stop people from crash, but i can influence my family and friend to be better drivers and possibly take a one of the many programs/courses available to teach them to be safer drivers them. Hopefully cause a domino effect in their family. Or possibly taking it further starting a club at school that supports safe driving, raising awareness in my school.
M.A.D.D is an organization founded by a mother whose daughter as killed by a drunk driver. This organization offers services to drunk and drugged victims for free.

“The mission of Mothers Against Drunk Driving is to stop drunk driving, support the victims of this violent crime and prevent underage drinking.”

S.A.D.D- a student organization create to help young people say "no" to the use of alcohol and drugs while driving as well as risk behavior. Not only are they a peer to peer education, but they are also dedicated to preventing destructive decisions, underage drinking, drug use, risky and impaired driving, teen violence, and teen suicide.

SADD's mission:
"To provide students with the best prevention tools possible to deal with the issues of underage drinking, other drug use, risky and impaired driving, and other destructive decisions."
Keep The Drive.com is a nation wide teen led movement that teaches teens about issues making them smart drivers. Keep The drive is one of the programs in Allstate Foundation made to create awareness of theses issues and reduce injuries.
In the U.s.A motor vehicle- related injuries are the leading cause of death for ages 1-34
Teens are 4x more likely to crash then any other age group.
Driver distraction is about 16% of all fatal crashes for people under the age of 2o.
Texting takes the eyes off the road an average of 5 seconds.
Reaching for your phone can increase chances of crash by 9x and texting and driving by 23x.
"It can wait" is a anti-texting-while-driving campaign By At&t that began in March 2010. At&t campaign has simulators teaching lessons that shows people that no text is worth dying over, (www.itcanwaitsimulator.org/‎)
At itcanwait.com people can take the pledge to never text and drive, and showing commitment to being safe.
At&t has created an App that will Prevent People from receiving messages while driving.
One of the many Tv & radio commercials At&t has made to raise awareness that not only does it texting and driving affect you but others as well.
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