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Summer is the most dangerous time of year for teen drivers, with nearly twice as many teens dying on America’s roads each day compared to the rest of the year. But a new online program helps parents keep their teens safe as they gain experience driving without adult supervision. The Checkpoints Program, presented by the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute and Michigan Department of Community Health, is a free, interactive web resource that establishes rules in a personal written agreement that ensures parents that their teens are clear about where and when they can drive.

Source: saferdrivingforteens.org

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