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Car accidents are the leading cause of death among people aged 16 to 19. On average, 250 teens are killed in car accidents each month of the summer season.  Educate your teens about the dangers of driving and raise them to be responsible drivers.  Tell them about the dangers of drinking and driving, but also make certain they wear seat belts, and don’t talk on their cell phones or text while driving. Maybe consider not allowing your teen to drive at night or with other teens in the car until your teen has had enough experience. After doing research, WalletHub looked into data and here are the statistics that they found of the best and worst states for teen driving.


 10 Best States 

10. New Jersey

9. Rhode island

8. Nevada

7. Connecticut

6. Illinois

5. Delaware

4. Hawaii

3. Massachusetts

2. Oregon

1. New York

10 Worst States

10. Idaho

9. Maine

8. Mississippi

7. Oklahoma

6. Nebraska

5. Missouri

4. Wyoming

3. North Dakota

2. Montana

1. South Dakota


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