Health Tip: Teach Teens About Dangerous Driving Habits
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By Diana Kohnle
(HealthDay News) -- Distractions abound for people behind the wheel, especially for teens who recently started driving.
Safe Kids Worldwide says parents should encourage teens to avoid these dangerous habits:
- Not using a seat belt.
- Texting and driving.
- Having more than one friend in the car.
- Driving under the influence of alcohol.
- Driving at night.
- Driving too fast.
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