Do you have a new driver in the house? I came across a new study by WalletHub which visits the best and worst states for teen drivers. As parents we want to protect our kids and prepare them for anything that may arise whether negative or positive.
With teens obtaining driver’s licenses during the summer more than any other season and an average of 250 auto-related teen deaths every month during the same period, the leading personal finance website WalletHub followed up on its analysis of 2015’s Safest States to Live In with an in-depth look at the Best& Worst States for Teen Drivers.
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