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|Tue, 12-28-2010 - 12:39pm|
Parents who set firm rules, but do so in a helpful, supportive way, can reduce the likelihood of their teen getting into an auto accident by half and decrease rates of drinking and driving, two new studies find. Positive rule-setting can also increase the odds a teen will wear a seatbelt and lessen the likelihood of talking or texting on a cell phone while driving.
Firm Parents Keep Teen Drivers Safe- http://www.ivillage.com/firm-parents-keep-teen-drivers-safe/4-a-114607?ice=iv:mb:msg:kp
At what age did your teen start to drive?