Learning to drive is a significant milestone in a young person’s life. While it can mark the start of true independence, a teen cannot become a safe driver without support and meaningful driving experiences. Each new driver needs resources and training to safely navigate the road ahead.
This National Road Safety Week, May 14 to 20, the Canada Safety Council is pleased to announce our partnership with Bridgestone to launch Canadian content for www.TeensDriveSmart.ca. The launch date will be announced later this summer.
This new website will offer resources for teens and their parents, educators and even younger siblings on how they can support new drivers in becoming safe drivers. Through holistic education, our goal is to help reduced the number of injuries and deaths among young Canadian drivers.
According to Transport Canada, young driver and passenger fatalities...