Natalie Morales Talks Teens and Distracted Driving On 'Dateline' Series

Watch as Natalie tells iVillage's Kelly Wallace about some of this surprising things she learned about teens and distracted driving, and how most teens model their behavior behind the wheel after their parents

Giving your teenager the keys to a car is one of the scariest moments of parenthood. We try to teach our kids the rules of the road and how to be prepared behind the wheel, but will they make safe choices when we're not in the passenger seat?

That's what Natalie Morales hopes to find out in this week's episode of Dateline in a series called "My Kid Would Never" airing this Sunday at 7pm EST/6pm CST on NBC.

Watch as Natalie tells iVillage's Kelly Wallace about some of the surprising things she learned about teens and distracted driving, and how most teens model their behavior behind the wheel after their parents.


Tune in to Dateline this Sunday at 7pm EST/6pm CST on NBC for "My Kid Would Never." where we'll watch, along with Robert Turrisi, a Penn State professor and consultant to MADD, as teens make decisions in what appeared to be three potentially dangerous situations: Will they text while driving, even though they’ve promised not to? Will they get into a car with a teen they think has been drinking? What about with a driver who says he is high?

Take a sneak peek here:

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Kelly J. Wallace is Chief Correspondent at iVillage and a huge fan of Natalie's! You can follow Kelly on Twitter @kellywallacetv.

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