Teen Driving Statistics


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Teenage Driver Facts

  • Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for young people 15 to 20 years of age.
  • Young people age 15-20 make up only seven percent of the driving population, yet they are involved in 14 percent of all traffic fatalities.
  • A larger percentage of fatal crashes involving teenage drivers are single-vehicle crashes compared to those involving other drivers. In this type of fatal crash, the vehicle usually leaves the road and overturns or hits a roadside object such as a tree or a pole.
  • In general, a smaller percentage of teens wear their seat belts compared to other drivers. A larger proportion of teen fatal crashes involve speeding, or going too fast for road conditions, compared to other drivers.
  • More teen fatal crashes occur when there are teenage passengers in the car, than do crashes involving other drivers.
  • Two out of three teens who die as passengers are in vehicles driven by other teenagers.
National Traffic Safety Administration Teenage Driver Statistics







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