As a parent of a teen, there is probably nothing more frightening than the thought of a car accident. For teen drivers, it can be a scary thought as well. There are different types of car accidents a teen might be involved in, and unfortunately, many relate to distracted driving.
As an example, rear-end collisions are the most common type of car accident in the U.S., and there are around 1.7 million rear-end accidents every year in this country.
Whether you’re the parent of a teen or you are a teen driver, you should always be prepared for the possibility that an accident could occur, and how to handle it if it does.