|MSN's article entitled:
"Who Are Better Drivers? Teens or Parents?
Click here to read.
|Teenagers are four times as likely to crash than older drivers. Each day, about nine teenagers between 16 and 19 years old die from motor vehicle injuries. Those startling facts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) underscore the problem of teen driving. While there many well-established programs focusing on drunk driving and seatbelt use, there is too little discussion about teaching our least experienced drivers car control.|
|Read the article by Dianna Nanez in the Arizona Republic about Driving School and our kids. Click here to read.|
Consumer Reports article on a independent study they performed, regarding Car Control Training and the benifits of such training. Click here