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Teen Driver Safety
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Teen Driver Safety

For many teens, summer means getting their driver's license, meeting up with friends, driving to a part-time job, and chauffeuring younger siblings. We want to help you keep your teen safe on the road. Share these tips with your teen driver to establish safer, smarter driving behavior:

Another way to help your teen drive safely is to enroll them in the teenSMART® Driver Safety Program. Introduced in 1999, teenSMART is the first driver safety program to identify and address the six behavioral and social factors that cause more than 90 percent of all teen collisions.

teenSMART uses realistic driving simulations proven to improve driving skills, attitudes and behaviors. In repeated trials, teens who complete teenSMART have up to 30 percent fewer collisions one year after training than teens who didn't take teenSMART.

Today, teenSMART remains the most proven and effective driver crash reduction program ever developed and it's endorsed by more insurance agencies than any other program. Statistics show that teenSMART drivers are safer, more skilled, incur fewer accidents and injuries, and file fewer insurance claims.

Discounts on your auto insurance premium if your teen driver enrolls in and completes the teenSMART program may be available. Contact your independent insurance agent for more information.

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