The statistics are enough to make any parent wince: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more teenagers die in motor vehicle accidents than from any other cause.
It's an inescapable truth: Your insurance premiums will go up - and may even double according to Bankrate - when you add a new, inexperienced driver to your policy.
A teen boy who wasn't wearing a seat belt and who didn't have a driver's license became the eighth Takata airbag victim in July, federal officials say.
Teens think that they are safe drivers, but a new study shows that they often engage in dangerous behaviors like speeding and road rage.
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Teen drivers are far less likely to be involved in fatal car accidents today than at any other point over the past two decades.
For teens, a driver's license can represent freedom. For parents, it can represent fear. Now there's a way parents can alleviate some of their worries and monitor their teen drivers.
Distracted driving is a far more significant cause of teen-driving accidents than previously realized, according to new research.
Teen drivers are the most vulnerable motorists on the road. They take unnecessary risks. They're inexperienced. They're more likely to sit behind the wheel of used cars that don't contain the latest safety technology.
Teens are driving less. That much, we know already. We've watched the auto industry gnash its collective teeth over the downward trend in Generation Y driving for the better part of a year.
Parents have new reason to breathe a sigh of relief when it comes to the safety of their teen drivers, and they have new reason to be frightened.
On a warm Tuesday evening last July, a car full of teens left a fireworks show in suburban Detroit and headed out for a ride.
A horrific Memorial Day car crash left five teenagers dead and a field of debris scattered across the road.
Drunk driving among American teenagers has sharply declined over the past two decades, according to the Centers For Disease Control.
Hey, Mom and Dad. The next time you're in the car, take a look at that sweet, smiling face in your rearview mirror. Notice how those young, innocent eyes are soaking up every red light you run, every time you don't use a turn signal, every phone call you take, every text you send and every breath you take (every move you make)?