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Encouraging, educating and engaging communities to help Maryland teens become good drivers for life. 

Nothing kills more teens (16-20 years of age) in Maryland than car crashes and no other group on the road has a higher crash risk. The Maryland Teen Safe Driving Coalition, in partnership with The Allstate Foundation and the National Safety Council, is working to help teens build skill and minimize risk through the proven principles of Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL).

The Maryland Coalition is one of 10 state coalitions, including California, Florida, Minnesota, New Jersey New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Texas, focused on reducing teen driving deaths.
 


 
Stay up-to-date on teen driving news, get the latest research and read personal stories from those impacted. Visit the NSC Teen Safe Driving blog today!




DriveitHOME™ is a new website that contains a library of resources illustrating new teen driver risks in easy-to-understand text and videos. Also presented are a variety of effective tools to help parents build their teen’s experience and confidence behind the wheel. Designed for participation and sharing, all parents of new teen drivers are encouraged to visit – www.DriveitHOME.org.

           


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