In a new report, Miles to go: Focusing on Risks for Teen Driver Crashes, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and State Farm reveal that fatalities related to teen driving are on the decline. This infographic reveals the report’s findings.

“Since 2005, State Farm and CHOP have been working together to improve teen driver safety. While this report highlights the gains we are making, we still can do much more to reduce teen driver crash-related injuries and deaths,” said Chris Mullen, director of Technology Research, Strategic Resources at State Farm. “Promising strategies include programs that encourage parents to enforce GDL provisions limiting the number of friends their newly licensed teens may drive, as well as those that support safe passenger behavior and increased parental involvement in the learning to drive process.”

Learn more by viewing the infographic below and by reading Teen Driving Fatalities Declined 47 Percent in Last 6 Years:

Infographic: Trends in Teen Driver Safety
EHS Today