Is Your Teen Driver Ready for the ‘100 Deadliest Days’ of Summer?

As the end of the school year arrives, more teens are on the road in Chicago and throughout Illinois. Unfortunately, the increase in teen traffic during the summer traditionally leads to a spike in deadly teen driving accidents. This is why the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety has labeled the 100 days between Memorial Day and Labor Day as the “100 Deadliest Days.” According to AAA, more than 1,050 people died in traffic crashes involving teen drivers during this time period in 2016. That’s an average of 10 people every day. The fatality rate was 14 percent higher when compared to the other 265 days of the year. Why Do Teen Crashes Increase During the Summer? Several factors contribute to the rise in summer teen driving crashes. Those factors include: Distracted driving – Distraction contributed to 58 percent of the teen driving crashes that researchers analyzed in a study released in 2015. The study looked at dash-cam video and found that teens…

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