DCH Teen Safe Driving - Additional Resources and Links

DCH Auto Group's dealerships are committed to helping young drivers stay safe.  Take advantage of the following tools and resources available to get more information to help prevent dangerous driving situations for young drivers.

Information for Parents

Parents are the Key

Parents play an important role in their child's driving education, but where does a parent begin. Start with the Parent/Teen driving contract.  Download the Parent/Teen Driving Contract.

Also begin by becoming informed about the dangers teens face when they start to drive.

8 Danger Zones  - Information you should know about the leading causes of teen related crashed. www.cdc.gov/ParentsAreTheKey/danger/index.html

Graduated Driver's License

GDL laws are aimed at reducing the amount of teen auto injuries and fatalities as statistics show that drivers between the ages of 15 and 19 experience a very high number of collisions.

GDL programs are an effective method for reducing the crash risk of new teen drivers. GDL 's are designed to phase young novice drivers into full driving privileges gradually over time so they gain behind-the-wheel experience and develop driving skills in lower-risk conditions.

California Graduated Driver's License (GDL


Safe Roads 4 Teens

Read about the CA Graduated License Licensing (GDL)

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety presents a Q&A on GDL Laws

More information for Parents

National Orgranizations for Youth Safety (NOYS)

RADD - The Entertainment Industry's Voice for Road Safety

Information for Teens

Learning to Drive: Information for Teens

Impact Teen Drivers

California Teen Cell Phone Law

U Got Brains?

National Orgranizations for Youth Safety (NOYS)

RADD - "The Entertainment Industry's Voice for Road Safety"

Information About SADD and Starting a Chapter at Your School

SADD Empowering Youth

How to start a SADD Chapter


The SADD Contract for Life

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