Earning a driver’s license is a memorable moment for many new drivers. They can drive where they want, by themselves, with a card proving they can do so. Our teen drivers fulfilling this milestone can also be daunting to their parents. For over 30 years, car accidents have been the number 1 killer of teenagers. The most dangerous year is the driver’s first year legally behind the wheel. It is why State Farm supports the “Celebrate My Drive” program.
Celebrate My Drive is asking all drivers, no matter their age, to think with two hands on the steering wheel and two eyes on the road. State Farm calls this 2n2. State Farm believes if we all work together, we can decrease the number of car crashes and reduce the deaths of teenage drivers. It is crucial that lessons are taught and beginners are well-educated on the facts of driving risks and how to decrease the chances of accidents.
Make the right choice in teaching your future drivers the impact driving will have on them and the even bigger impact when a life is lost. Learn more about the Celebrate My Drive program and State Farm, the largest car insurance provider in the U.S., at www.statefarm.com.