Newly licensed drivers should not be driving alone with their peers for at least 1,000 miles or six months.

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You’re not only a parent. You're a safety feature.

Nothing kills more teenagers than car crashes. Luckily many get help from an important safety feature – parents.

This site, from the teen driving experts at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, is designed to help parents raise safe drivers. It's all about transitions: learning to drive, learning to plan ahead, even learning to ride. Here, you can design a driving lesson plan, get guidance on rules, and find the latest research on driving safety and driving risks.