AAA provides state-specific, step-by-step information and resources for parents to use when preparing a teenager to drive. KEYS2Drive: The AAA Guide to Teen Driver Safety includes videos, quizzes, and a parent-teen driving agreement.
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
The CDC collects statistics about driving and road safety and maintains resources on its information page about Motor Vehicle Safety. The CDC also highlights advances in motor vehicle safety as one of 10 significant public health achievements of the past decade.
- Read more about teen drivers.
This website, from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, is the official U.S. government website for distracted driving, and offers facts about the problem and opportunities to get involved.
- Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
The Department of Transportation maintains this site for information on the subject of distracted driving, including statistics, research results, information on state laws, calls to public action, and information on the department’s regulatory campaign against distracted driving.
- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
The NHTSA offers information for parents about vehicle safety at Safer Car: Parents Central. Resources for parents of teen drivers, at Safe at the Wheel, include information about driver education, alcohol, distractions while driving, and seat belts.
Please note: Links to organizations and information included on this page do not indicate endorsement from the NICHD, NIH, or HHS.