New Hampshire Teen Driver Program

Programs for Parents and Guardians

Did you know?

A major threat to your teen's safety is driving or riding in a car with a teen driver. According to the CDC the fact is, almost 2,400 teens aged 13-19 lost their lives in car crashes in 2019. That is seven teens a day too many. And the main cause is driver inexperience. As parents you can play an important role towards reducing young people car crashes and keeping your teens a live.

The following are ways you can help keep teens safe on the road:

  • Be a role model
  • Know the laws in your state
  • Set specific rules
  • Enforce strict penalties
  • Take your teen on the road
  • Contact the doctor if your teen is taking medicine
  • Check out the car
  • Make the tough decisions
  • Know the eight danger zones
  • Create a Parents-teen driving agreement

If you expect your teen to drive safely you need to drive safely too.

For additional information visit:
New Hampshire DMV Handbook (2022)
Healthy Children
Center for Disease Control and Prevention

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