The Dress, The Date, The Hair, The Music, and what to do after… all things that are on your teen's mind before the infamous prom night.
Driving is usually not an important component in a teen's mind, but for parents it can be a big worry. Many parents often overlook the need to have honest discussions with their teens about safe driving and avoiding alcohol and drugs. Statistics show that prom and graduation season—the months of April, May and June—are the most dangerous time for teens. One-third of the alcohol-related traffic fatalities involving teens each year occur during those months.
Here's an honest and teen-friendly guide to sharing concerns with your teen for one of the most important nights of their adolescent career.
Many parents often overlook the need to have honest discussions with their teens about safe driving and avoiding alcohol and drugs.
Teenage drivers have the highest crash risk of any age group and it's largely due to driver error. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics', one in four crash fatalities involve someone 16 to 24 years old, nearly twice as high as other age groups. Don't let your teenager be a statistic. Talk with your teen and communicate the importance of safe driving on Prom night and every night.
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