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TEEN DRIVER SAFETY RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES

If you have a teen driver in your household or family, you know helping them stay safe on the road is a top priority. National Teen Driver Safety Week (October 18-24) is a great time to kick-start conversations about teen driver safety — just remember to keep the conversations going all year round!

From building up good habits to avoiding common dangers (like texting while driving!), teen drivers have a lot to learn. Take a moment to explore these helpful resources that you and your teen can use to stay safe behind the wheel.

Tips for talking to your teen driver about staying safe on the road and avoiding the 5 biggest teenage driving dangers. Free downloadable resource for parents!
American Family's Teen Safe Driver Program helps teens master safe driving habits. Learn how our app, powered by TrueMotion monitors, helps teens drive safer and smarter.
Discover tips for teaching your teens to drive safely, confidently and smartly. Take their skills to the next level with these helpful pointers.
KnowYourDrive is an app from American Family Insurance that helps you save more with safe driving. See how our usage-based insurance works & get a quote.
Support your teen behind the wheel with tips for teaching and encouraging them along the way.
Take a look at these important teen safe driving tips to make sure young drivers are getting the details they need to be safe on the road.
Get the step-by-step process on how to help your teen get a driver’s license. Although details vary by state, this guide gives you the basics you need to know.
Love your phone? You’re not alone. Discover our hints for text-free driving that protect you, your passengers and your dreams.
Get peace of mind knowing your teen has a safe, reliable car with this helpful guide. You’ll learn the 6 things you need to consider before you buy.
Getting in a car accident can be nerve-wracking – especially for a new driver. Here’s what to do if your teen calls to say they’ve been in a car crash.