Studio City, CA (PRWEB) August 08, 2013
Teendriving.com, a trusted source on the web for new drivers, has re-launched its safe driving website with new content and interactive features geared towards teen drivers and their parents.
Founded in 1994 by then-teenager, Ryan Buckholtz, and his mom, Eileen Buckholtz, the newly redesigned site features a sleek, more user-friendly interface with current tips and resources for new drivers. New content on the site includes reviews of the best smartphone apps for safe driving, state texting laws, study tips for passing driving tests, and more.
The tips section covers everything from learning to drive and getting your license to maintaining your vehicle and parallel parking. There is also a special section dedicated to Tips for Parents. The newly added Get Answers feature allows users to post questions and weigh in on posted topics.
Teendriving.com also publishes a monthly e-newsletter (teendriving.com/news). The latest issue covers tips for safe back-to-school driving.
According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), car accidents are the leading cause of teen deaths in the US, accounting for 35% of all fatalities. Easily accessible resources like teendriving.com are critical to preventing accidents. “Sadly, every day seven teens die from motor vehicle injuries. We hope that our newly refreshed site provides not only helpful tips, but information that may also save lives,” explained co-founder Ryan Buckholtz.
Since it's inception in 1994, teendriving.com has served millions of teens, parents, drivers and educators with useful tips and information. To help further these efforts, teendriving.com partners with schools, government agencies, non-profits, and campaigns to promote safe driving. For more information on partnering with teendriving.com, please visit teendriving.com/contact. Co-Founders Ryan and Eileen Buckholtz are available for interviews on issues related to teen driving safety.