Teen drivers have the highest fatal crash risk of any age group. Per kilometre travelled, they have the highest involvement rates in all types of crashes, from those involving only property damage to those that are fatal. The problem is worst among 17-18 year-olds, who have the most limited driving experience that often results in risk-taking behind the wheel. Learn what parents can do to educate a teenage driver.
Parent of a new teen driver? Consider using the Progressive Teen Driver Term Sheet to set clear boundaries and expectations for your teen's driving habits.