Skip directly to search Skip directly to A to Z list Skip directly to navigation Skip directly to page options Skip directly to site content

Policy Impact: Teen Driver Safety

Historical Document

The Policy Impact: Teen Driver Safety brief was published in October 2010. Therefore, this web page is provided for reference purposes only. The most current CDC data can be found on the Teen Driver: Get the Facts page. 

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety GDL rating system featured on the last page of the Policy Impact document is no longer in use.

Teen motor vehicle crashes are preventable. There are proven policies to improve the safety of young drivers on the road. 

Download the Policy Impact: Teen Driver Safety brief to learn more.

Download

Policy Impact: Teen Driver Safety cover

Policy Impact: Teen Driver Safety (October 2010)

 

 

Policy Impact

Policy Impact is a series of issue briefs from CDC’s Injury Center highlighting key public health issues and important, science-based policy actions that can be taken to address them.

More

 

Connect with the CDC Injury Center

Top