A lot of the talk around teen driver safety focuses on the big, obvious risks - like using a cellphone behind the wheel, or driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. But, the truth is, most teens already know these behaviors are dangerous.
As technology develops, more and more drivers are driving while distracted. According to a new report released by the Governors Highway Safety Association, young people are the most likely to be distracted at the time of a fatal accident. The report is based on federal data from 2012.