For more information on teen traffic safety or related topics visit these sites:

New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety

Share the Keys parent/teen safe driving orientation designed to reduce teen driver crash risks by increasing parental involvement
NJ Safe Roads general information about the NJ Division of Highway Traffic Safety and the statewide safety campaigns
Teen Driver Study Report New Jersey Teen Driver Study Commission Report
Don’t Drive Stupid innovative program from the New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety to educate young drivers about staying safe behind the wheel
New Jersey Parent/Teen Orientation Program promotes the importance of parental involvement and partnership with their teens to enhance awareness of the risk for novice drivers, the rationale for the GDL law, and the importance of education and practice driving.

New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission

MVC GDL explains regulations, restrictions, and exemptions of NJ Graduated Driver License Program
MVC Teen Driver Abstract Parents can request an abstract of their teen’s driving record
MVC First-Time Drivers allows you to obtain a copy of “Safe Driving: A Parent’s Guide to Teaching Teens” and the NJ Driver Manual
MVC Licensed Driving Schools provides a list of registered driving schools in New Jersey
MVC Next of Kin Registry is a statewide web based system that allows individuals at least 14 years of age to voluntarily submit and maintain emergency contact information.
MVC Defensive Driving Programs provides a list of state-approved defensive driving courses


AAA Keys 2 Drive Guide to Teen Driver Safety
AAA teen drivers provides teen driving information
AAA parent-teen contract to obtain a parent-teen driving contract
AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety Teens, Parents and the Learners Stage of GDL Project Footage.
AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety Press releases


U Got Brains? learn more about the consequences of teen crashes
Facts about teen driving and what parents can do to help. Your teen driver…your influence: Resources and information for parents from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Alive at 25 program to save teen drivers lives
MADD Mother’s Against Drunk Driving
Make Some NOYS National Organizations for Youth Safety (NOYS) promotes traffic safety education
Beginning Teenage Drivers provides characteristics of teenage crashes along with rules that can be implemented by parents from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
Teen Driver Family Guide to Teen Driver Safety from the National Safety Council
16 Going on 17 State Farm teen driving site
Allstate Teen Driver teen driving site
Progressive Teen Driving Progressive Insurance teen driving information
Driving Skills for Life (DSFL) four study modules, a quiz, car care videos, several interactive games, and enhanced curriculum noting the importance of eco-driving to personal safety and the environment
Not So Fast: Parenting Your Teen Through the Dangers of Driving: A dad shares his experience and tips after losing his teenage son in a car crash.
Crash Proof Your Teen article from Good Housekeeping magazine
PTA School Zone Information and Tip Sheet – Are parents a school zone hazard? A tip sheet is included as well as a video
Tips for Pre-teens and teens: Prevent Pedestrian Crashes Tips for preventing crashes
Everyone is a Pedestrian Tips for drivers and walkers on how to keep walkers safe
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety – List of 19 New Car Models Tested for Front Crash Prevention
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety – List of Best Vehicles for Teen Drivers

Resources for Teens

Teen Driver Safety Statistics

Teen Drivers: Fact Sheet From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Parents, Teens and the Learner Stage Fact Sheet
Parents, Teens and the Learner Stage of GDL Report
Parents, Teens and the Learner Stage Fact Sheet for Driving Instructors