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According to the National Safety Council, driving at night is more dangerous than any other time of day. In fact, the risk of a fatal crash is three times greater at night.

Adult Tips:

  • Discuss with your teen a time you had difficulty seeing in the dark. Talk about how you had to be more vigilant.

  • Talk about:

  • What to do when they are driving and tired.

  • Not driving if they are too tired. Offer to give them a ride.

  • The importance of minimizing distractions when driving at night. Tell them it's okay to ask other passengers to be quiet.

  • Take your teen practice driving at night.


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