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Are teens at greater risk of death in an alcohol-related crash?
Teens are at far greater risk of death in an alcohol-related crash than the overall population, despite the fact they cannot legally purchase or publicly possess alcohol in any State.

Did you know?
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), teenage drivers and passengers are among those least likely to wear their safety belts.

Why is it so important not to have rear-facing child safety seats in the front seat?
The force of nearly 3,000 pounds of pressure from a crash would thrust the child forward, crushing it between the safety seat and the back of the car seat. Never place a rear-facing child safety seat in the front seat of a vehicle equipped with a passenger-front airbag.

Are teens at greater risk of death in an alcohol-related crash?
Teens are at far greater risk of death in an alcohol-related crash than the overall population, despite the fact they cannot legally purchase or publicly possess alcohol in any State.

Are teens at greater risk of death in an alcohol-related crash?
Teens are at far greater risk of death in an alcohol-related crash than the overall population, despite the fact they cannot legally purchase or publicly possess alcohol in any State.

I am able to adjust the position of my steering wheel. Which position is most likely to minimize injury but provide the greatest protection from an airbag?
Tilt the steering wheel toward your breastbone. Do not tilt it toward your abdomen or toward your head and neck. Try to adjust your seat at least 10 inches away from the center of the steering wheel.

How do I know if I am eligible for traffic school?
Check the paperwork sent to you by the court. It will explain your options for traffic school.

What software do I need to take the course?
You need a working web browser that is connected to the Internet to take a defensive driving course. We support Internet Explorer 4.0 and higher, Netscape Navigator 6.0, AOL 4.0 and higher and most other browsers. There is no software to download and nothing saved to your hard drive. Some courses use the Macromedia Flash plug-in. This product is free and can be downloaded and installed at registration.


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Traffic School Tip for ,
The rear seat is the safest place for children of any age to ride. An infant in a rear-facing child seat must ride in the back seat if your vehicle has a passenger air bag. Make sure that everyone in the front seat is properly buckled up and seated as far back from the air bags as is reasonably possible. Make sure that all young children are properly secured in an age and size appropriate restrains. Know how to properly install your child seat in the vehicle. Read both the owner?s manual for the vehicle and the instructions for your child safety seat.

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Texas driving tip: When tired, get out of your vehicle and stretch your legs every two hours. Rest for 15-20 minutes during each stop.

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Drivers of large trucks and buses enjoy a better forward view and have larger side mirrors, but remember they also have more and larger blind spots. Avoid staying in one of their blind spots--if you can't see the driver in his or her side mirror, the driver probably can't see you.

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In 2006, 61,000 pedestrians were injured and 4,784 were killed in traffic crashes in the United States, representing 2 percent of all the people injured in traffic crashes and 11 percent of all traffic fatalities. (Traffic Safety Facts 2006 Data, NHTSA)

Traffic School Tip for ,
Don't exceed the speed limit. The chance of death or serious injury doubles for every 10 miles per hour over 50 mph that a vehicle travels. At high speeds, errors such as turning too quickly or braking too sharply can result in an out-of-control vehicle. Speed increases braking distance: If you double your speed, quadruple your braking distance. At high speeds, the amount of time available to detect and react to unexpected events is shortened.

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Never let friends drive your car. If your friends drive your car and crash, you could lose money, car privileges, a friendship, and even your life.

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In 2006, 41 percent of the drivers with a BAC of .08 g/dL or higher involved in fatal crashes were speeding, compared with only 15 percent of drivers with a BAC of .00 g/dL involved in fatal crashes. (Traffic Safety Facts 2006 Data: Speeding, NHTSA)
 

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