This week, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reminds us all about our role as parents, guardians and mentors of our teenage drivers. Tragically, according to the NHTSA, motor vehicle crashes are the leading causes of death for 14-18 year olds in the United States. The NHTSA has published a helpful “5 to Drive” set of rules to go over with our kids: no cell phones; no extra passengers; no speeding; no alcohol; wear your seatbelt. While these rules may seem so basic, they are time-tested and need to be repeated to our children.
Authored by L. Page Graves
A native of Lansing, Michigan, Page Graves now helps members of the same community who need legal help with Michigan No-Fault Automobile Insurance Law, representing medical service providers and severely injured people in collecting unpaid and underpaid no-fault benefits. A partner with Smith & Johnson in Traverse City, Mr. Graves has been repeatedly included in the annual Best Lawyers since 2012.