Why do Teen Drivers get Into more accidents than adults?
Teen drivers often tend to text and drive. Teen drivers don't always buckle their seat belt. Also teen drivers don't pay attention to signs on the road such as yield and stop signs. Once teen drivers get behind the wheel they get a sense of power which makes them fell like they need to go fast. Most teens talk on their cell phone while driving which reduces their reaction rate to that of a 70 year old.
Ways to reduce teen Driving accidents
Once cars turn on the car automatically turns your phone off. You can also turn the car radio off until you buckle your seat belt. Also on the cars dashboard it could display the sighs like stop signs and stop lights to help the new driver when he/she is not paying attention.
33% of all teenage deaths happen in motor vehicles. The age with the highest crash rating is 16 year old's.
56% of teens admit to talking on the phone while driving. 16-17 year old motor vehicle crashes increases with the number of passengers in the car.
Answer to our Fat question
Teen drivers get into more crashes than adults, because they are easy distracted by their phones radio and other people in the car. Teen drivers do not have very much experience whereas adult drivers have been driving for along time. This experience is key in being able to avoid cars and getting out of dangerous situations.