Parents have to deal with the stress of teaching teenagers how to drive and then worrying about their kids making it home safely. These concerns have increased over the years, especially with the growing popularity of cell phones. One of out of every ten drivers under the age of twenty dies in an accident due to distracted driving. Among the causes for distracted driving, handling a cell phone tops the charts. Here are a few ways you can help keep your child safe by preventing phones from being a distraction.
No one ever plans on getting into a car accident, so when one happens, it can result in a stressful situation that leads people to make emotional, snap decisions. But if you do find yourself in this situation, it's important to choose your words and actions carefully in order to protect yourself in a court of law. Here's what not to do and say in the immediate aftermath of a car crash.