Whether they’re graduating from high school or college, many new graduates will be on the roads this summer to celebrate their hard work.
From parties to weekend getaways to road trips, young drivers will be on the road often this summer and need to keep some safety tips in mind.
From buckling up to avoiding distracted driving, there are simple safety precautions teens and young adults can take to prevent accidents. According to the National Safety Council, car crashes are the No. 1 killer of teens, with more than half of the teens killed in car crashes found not to have been wearing a seatbelt.
Here are some safe driving tips for new graduates from the Chicago-based Property Casualty Insurers Association of America:
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