Safety Resources/Teenage Driver Safety

Crashes are the Leading Cause of Death for Teens


Many teens drive used cars.  Unfortunately, due to the high cost of air bags and the lower priced cars that fit a new driver's budget, poorly repaired or missing air bags or other Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) are a high risk. 

Air Bags Increase Survivability Rates 11% for the Driver and 14% for the Passenger 

We, and any other ethical company that deals with the aftermath of automobile accidents, believe strongly in prevention first.   

The cost of a safety inspection by a licensed Airbag Service technician is minimial.  The cost of your teen's air bags, seatbelt or SRS needlessly failing during an accident is tragic.

What Parents Can Do

  • Get your family's used cars inspected by a certified air bag technician
  • Check tire pressure and tire tread once a month
  • Before your teen rides with others, ask if their safety system has been inspected
  • Remind your teen to always buckle-up
  • Talk about driving risks with your child
  • Data Sources: NHTSA, IIHS 

    Related Links
    Resources for Parents

    Parents are the Key CDC Site 

    Keys to Drive AAA Site

    Partners for Safe Teen Driving

    Raising Safe Drivers  

    Resources for Teens