Traffic crashes are the leading killer of Minnesota teens. They are preventable. Research shows that teens whose parents set clear rules, paid attention to where they were going and who they were with, and were:
– half as likely to crash
– twice as likely to wear seat belts
– 71% less likely to drive while intoxicated
– 30% less likely to use a cell phone while driving
than teens who said their parents were less involved.
The Elko New Market Police Department and the Elko New Market Chamber of Commerce hope to minimize teen traffic crashes by hosting the Point of Impact teen driving program for parents and their teens each spring.
The program, developed by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety (DPS) Office of Traffic Safety, is presented by Gordy Pehrson, DPS, and Elko New Market Police Chief Brady Juell.
This is a FREE presentation for teens 14-18 and their parents.
Read about the 2018 presentation on our blog:
5th Annual Point of Impact Huge Success
Teens and Parents Learn Rules of the Road at Point of Impact Teen Driving Seminar