Teen driving: A look at driver's edMon, 04 Sep 2006 00:00:00 -0700
More than 5,000 teens die in car accidents each year, and more than 300,000 are seriously injured.
For many, the state-required tests to earn a license are thought to be ample enough. However, advocacy groups, vehicle manufacturers and even tire manufacturers are providing funding for advanced driving programs to supplement the state-required driver training programs.
Still, too many young adults and their parents take for granted the fact that thousands of new drivers die each year in traffic-related accidents.
We examine the state of teen driving below. Flip through the pages, zoom in and share using the tools in the right-hand corner.