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Teen Driving

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  • -Thank the audience for taking their time to listen to your presentation
  • -Serious tone to show the seriousness of the situation
  • -Highlight the stats with a dramatic tone
  • -Keep dramatic tone
  • -Elaborate on the risk factors
  • -Explain further why they are the most at risk
  • -Persuade audience to follow these tips
  • -Make eye contact with parents
  • -Serious tone while focusing on teenagers
  • -Thank the audience again for their time-Emphasize the importance of safe driving for teens
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    • 1. Traffic crashes are the leading cause ofdeath for teenagers across the USA.
    • 2. Statistics: 593 total fatalities in crashes involving 15-to-20- year-olds in CA in 2008 Crash rate for 16-year-olds is 3.7 times higher than drivers of all ages Citation rate for 16-year-olds is 1.8 times higher than drivers of all ages
    • 3. More Statistics: 52.7% of violations for 16-to-19-year-olds were for speeding 35.3% of fatal injury crashes were caused by unsafe speed The had-been-drinking crash rate for 16-year- olds is 1.8 times higher than drivers of all ages.
    • 4. Crash Risk Factors: Alcohol & Drugs Night Driving Risk Taking Carrying Passengers Lack of Skill
    • 5. Who is most at risk? Men (almost two times that of females) Teens driving with teen passengers (risk increases as the number of passengers increases) Newly licensed drivers (particularly high during first year)
    • 6. Driving Tips: Pay attention to your surrounding Stay focused on driving Be courteous to others Follow the rules of the road Don’t speed
    • 7. Parental Tips: Restrict their driving at night Limit their number of passengers Restrict their driving under the influence Restrict their driving in unsafe weather conditions Take away their driving privileges if needed
    • 8. Teen Tips: No texting while driving No talking on the phone while driving Wear seatbelts at all times Don’t drink or take drugs Don’t drive if tired
    • 9. Please Always Drive Safe 