The risks of drunk driving are especially pronounced for teens. When they The most recent statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. “Traffic Safety Facts 2017: Alcohol-Impaired Driving.” Washington DC: National Highway Traffic Safety.
Drinking any alcohol greatly increases this risk for teens. road”, new drivers report lower rates of risky driving, traffic violations, and crashes.
Traffic Safety Facts 2016 data: alcohol-impaired driving. U.S. Department of Traffic Safety Facts Research Note: drugs and alcohol crash risk. U.S. Department.
See updated texting and driving statistics for 2019. 20.1% of responders aged 35 to 44 know someone who has been killed in a drunk-driving accident. . 50% of teens age 21 or younger who died in car accidents were.