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Governor Nathan Deal recently signed House Bill , which addresses the dangers of cell phones and driving. It requires drivers to use hands-free technology when using cell phones and other electronic devices while driving. The new distracted driving law goes into effect on July 1, Drivers with 15 points in a month period lose their licenses. Under the new law, the following are prohibited, as posted by the AJC : Holding or supporting, with any part of the body, a wireless telecommunications device or stand-alone electronic device for example, an iPod.
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The Dangers Of Teenage Driving
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Practice makes Perfect The moment that your teen passes their driving test for the first time, your heart sinks. Sure, you want your teenager to go out into the world as a first-time driver well-equipped and ready to take on any challenges that come their way. Before you send your teen out on the road for the first time with a new license, this is an article you'll want to read. We're going to explore the sordid history of teen driving and provide real-life tips that you can use to reduce risk the next time your teen gets behind the wheel.
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Teen drivers take more risks after trading learner permits for licenses
Teen drivers have long been synonymous with risky maneuvers on the road and plenty of previous research has also found novice drivers have higher crash rates than people with more experience. While teens only had permits, their chance of being in a crash or nearly missing a collision as well as their odds of exhibiting risky driving behavior like speeding, swerving, and slamming the brakes were similar to the adults, the study found. In the first year after teens had their licenses, however, they were more than six times more likely to crash or narrowly escape collisions than the adults, and they were also almost four times more likely to exhibit risky driving behaviors. Among other things, parents can help teen drivers stay focused on the road, offer tips on how to drive safely, and help these new drivers avoid dangerous situations, Gershon said by email.
Per mile driven, teens ages are three times more likely to be involved in a fatal car crash than drivers over 20 years old, especially in their first year behind the wheel. It is important for teens, parents and drivers who share the road to understand these dangers and how to prevent them. While the ages of represent the most perilous driving years, males in that age frame are twice as likely as females to get in deadly motor vehicle crashes. Inexperience and immaturity are the primary causes of the increased risk of teenage driving. Untrained eyes are more likely to underestimate hazardous situations on the road.
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