TEEN DRIVER SAFETY WEEK HAS AUTHORITIES REACHING OUT TO PARENTS

Police are asking parents to be the one’s that take control this week for “Teen Driver Safety Week.” Two hundred and sixteen people between the ages of 17 and 20 were killed on New Jersey’s roadways in a five-year span from 2008 to 2012. In that same time period, more than 113,000 drivers 20 and under were injured in motor vehicle fatalities. Parents should talk to their kids about the rules of driving and reinforce good decision making.

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