Teenage drivers are the most dangerous on the road. Graduated driver’s license programs have improved their record, but a new study finds teen drivers are often distracted before crashes. Brain biology plays a role. Experts discuss distracted driving and ways to get teens to pay attention on the road.
- Peter Kissinger, President & CEO, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety
- Dr. Kelly Browning, Executive Director, Impact Teen Drivers
- Dr. Robert Foss, Director, Center for the Study of Young Drivers, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
- Dr. David Hurwitz, Assistant Professor of Transportation Engineering, Oregon State University