Teens in the Driver Seat® is a peer-to-peer safety program for America’s youth. Too many teens are dying. Car crashes kill more young people than any other cause, accounting for nearly half of all teen deaths in America each year. About 2,800 U.S. teens die each year in car crashes; that’s the equivalent of … Continue reading Teens In The Driver Seat
Beginning Jan. 22, 2018, travelers from nine states will no longer be able to travel with only their driver’s licenses. Residents of Kentucky, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Washington will have to use alternate ID forms (passport, military ID, or permanent resident card) to pass TSA security checkpoints—even for domestic travel. … Continue reading Driver Licenses From Nine States Won’t Be Valid IDs for Domestic Flights in 2018
Article provided by http://www.sadd.org Teen Driver Safety Starts with Wearing Your Seat Belt Did you know that 60.7 percent of teen passengers (16 to 19) who died in crashes weren’t wearing their seatbelts and 51.2 percent of teen drivers (16 to 19) who died in crashes weren’t belted? Lack of seat belt use is still … Continue reading Teen Driver Safety: Wearing Your Seat Belt!
There is an assumption that the moment you turn 17 you must already have your provisional driving licence in your hand, along with your first driving lesson booked and a driving test planned for a mere few weeks away. Whilst this method works out well for many, there are a certain percentage who leave … Continue reading Learning to Drive in Your 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s
U.S. Rep. John Carter, R-Temple, is chairman of a House Appropriations Committee subcommittee in charge of Department of Homeland Security funding. Lauren Victoria Burke AP Over the last few years, the Texas Department of Public Safety has tried to reduce wait times for driver licensing by opening “mega centers” around the state. In some places, … Continue reading New federal drivers license requirements might bring back long lines at Texas DPS