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Handing your teen the card keys - are you confident or concerned?Car crashes are the #1 killer of teens, taking about 2,800 young lives every year. That's about 8 teen deaths each day that can be prevented. To help teens avoid these deadly crashes, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is helping parents play a key role in keeping their teens safe on the road.

Through the "Parents Are the Key" campaign, CDC offers parents tools and proven steps for reducing teen driving injuries and deaths. Businesses and other groups can also help keep young drivers safe by spreading campaign message through posters, fact sheets, social media tools, and more.

 
1 in 10 teens in high school drinks and drives.
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