Posted Monday, October 28, 2013
Those mid-teens when you first get handed a set of car keys can be the headiest time of your life and they can be the most dangerous. The numbers show teen drivers are more likely to crash. Monday on The Sound of Ideas we'll talk about why teens tend to find trouble on the highways and what we can do about it. We'll talk to a state lawmaker who wants tighter restrictions on the hours they drive and the company they keep behind the wheel. And we'll get advice from experts on driving safety. Join Mike McIntyre for the conversation.
Rep. Rick Perales, R-Beavercreek
Beth Johnson, UPS Division Manager
Ed Overbeke, owner, Overbeke School of Driving, Beachwood and S. Euclid
Kathy Bernstein, senior manager, Teen Driving Initiatives, National Safety Council
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