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The AAP's Car Seat Policy Has Changed and Here’s What You Should Know

Kids should ride rear-facing longer than initially recommended.

Toyota’s (Hilarious) Safe & Sound App for Teen Drivers Will Keep Them Safer

Nothing scares a high schooler more than his parents embarrassing him.

11 Things We Wish We'd Known Before Our Teen Started Driving

11 things we wish we'd known before our teen started driving.

An Alarming Number of Teens Are Drivers in Deadly DUI Crashes in NJ

Teenagers who get behind the wheel drunk are responsible for a significant percentage of all fatal alcohol-related crashes in the state.

What's GDL?

Does your teen know the rules of the (probationary) road?

Enforcing the Proven Benefits of Graduated Driver Licensing

Car crashes are the number-one killer of teens. That’s a startling statistic that should concern every parent of a soon-to-be or newly licensed teen driver.

Can a Parental Notification App End Distracted Teen Driving?

One in four teens respond to texts at their wheels, and 30 percent read messages while on the road - a new app hopes to change that.

MMGuardian Deal for Raising Teens

Seventy percent of parents of teens who use cell phones review their text messages, according to the Family Online Safety Institute. Now an app can help you do that.

Ensure the Safety of Teen Drivers

Here's what you should know to keep your teen driver safe on the road.

Teen Drivers + Teen Passengers = Potential Trouble

New studies describe which teens are likely to drive with multiple friends, and how these passengers may affect teen drivers right before a crash.

8 Safe-Driving Tips to Teach Teens

One of the greatest fears for parents is an unexpected accident when their teenage child is behind the wheel. Here are eight tips to teach your teen to stay safe on the road.

How to Draft a Safe-Driving Contract for Your Teen

A safe-driving contract can help parents communicate safety concepts with teens and be more confident that teens hear and understand their parents’ concerns.