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Health Tip: Six Dangerous Driving Habits

Things teens should avoid

(HealthDay News) -- There are dangerous habits that teens often practice behind the wheel. If parents are aware of these habits, they can talk to their children about how to stay safer.

The Safe Kids Worldwide website mentions these common habits to avoid:

  1. Not wearing seat belts.
  2. Texting while driving.
  3. Riding with two or more teenage passengers.
  4. Drinking alcohol and driving.
  5. Driving during dark.
  6. Driving above the speed limit.
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