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Parents and teens support the proven principles of GDL, which help new drivers build skill, while minimizing risk.
More teen driver crashes occur between 3-6 p.m. in NJ than any other time of the day.
Every 11 minutes a teen driver crashes in NJ.
The resources in this section, which may be reproduced and promoted without permission, focus on the basics of New Jersey’s Graduated Driver License (GDL) program and teen crash risk. Use these materials to encourage your audience to learn more:
The one-stop source for information about NJ’s GDL law, teen driving, crash risk, and tools for parents and teens.
Outlines NJ teen driving facts and statistics, and the basics of the GDL law.
Promotes the importance of parental and community involvement and directs viewers to www.njteendriving.com.