Curbing Teen Driver Crashes: An In-Depth
Look at State Novice Driver Initiatives
Published October 2012
[2.6 MB, 80 pgs.]
News Release: New Publication Takes In-Depth Look at Improving Teen Driver Safety (Oct. 10)
This publication looks at what states are doing to address teen driver safety through strengthening Graduated Driver License (GDL) laws; ensuring law enforcement support for these laws; engaging parents and teens; improving driver education; and garnering consistent media coverage.
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The featured initiatives were identified through a survey of State Highway Safety Offices conducted by GHSA in August 2011. Transportation safety consultant and former New Jersey State Highway Safety Office Director Pam Fischer researched and wrote the report, an and expert panel contribued their insights as well.
- Curbing Teen Driver Crashes: An In-Depth Look at State Novice Driver Initiatives [2.6 MB, 80 pgs.]
- Webinar Presentation [1.1 MB, 32 pgs.]
Special thanks to State Farm® for providing the financial support for this publication. Printed copies were mailed to every GHSA Member and Associate Member. A limited number of print copies are available and may be requested by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
The views and recommendations in the publication do not necessarily reflect those of State Farm or the individuals or organizations represented on the Expert Panel.