Katie with Zero Fatalities is spreading the word on safe driving and getting parents involved! Teenagers need help and advice for everyday life, so why make an exception when it comes to driving? Parents should know the graduated drivers license lawas, enforce them and be a role model for teens to look up to.
Katie said, “getting parents involved in a supportive way reduces their teens crash risk by half.”
Teens are inexperienced and need to be taught the basics of driving saftey such as, speeding, buckling up and so much more.
Katie shared a heartbreaking story of a local Draper, Utah teen named Lexi Sage Fenton. She was 16 years old and died tradgeically in a car accident when she went out with friends.
Losing a loved one is hard enough, join in on this movement and help protect children and families who are out on the road. ABC 4 has partnered with Zero Fatalities and is taking the stand to not ‘drive stupid!’ For more inforation visit zerofatalities.com.
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