The national tragedy that is auto fatalities does not get the attention it deserves either in California or in our nation as a whole.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 30, 2016
DmvEdu.org, a top-rated provider of online driver's education online to California residents at http://www.dmvedu.org/, is proud to announce a blog post featuring seven 'todos' for teens to decrease auto accidents and auto fatalities on California roadways.
"The national tragedy that is auto fatalities does not get the attention it deserves either in California or in our nation as a whole,” explained Azhar Mirza, Managing Director of DmvEdu.org. He continued, “As an educational service provider, we hope that our brief blog post will help teens think about practical 'todos' that they can implement to help reduce auto accidents up to and including fatalities in California.”
To read the post in its entirety, please visit http://www.dmvedu.org/2016/06/todos/. There, in addition to the post, interested parties are urged to click 'up' to the company blog, which covers many issues of interest not just to those who want to study online for the California drivers test but also for those who are drivers in the Golden State.
Highlights of the 'Todo' Blog Post on California Auto Accidents and Fatalities
The blog post starts with an explanation that while teens are understandably excited about learning to drive, driving is a very serious affair. Next, it proceeds through sobering statistics about auto accidents and fatalities in California. For example, it points out that there are approximately 3,000 deaths per year in California alone from auto accidents. Alcohol and drugs are implicated in many of them, and (unfortunately) teen drivers and especially male teen drivers create more than their fair share of problems. Finally, the blog post goes through seven practical 'todos' that teens can engage in to reduce auto accidents. For example, beyond the obvious 'todos' of not drinking and driving, the post points out the dangers of texting while driving. In conclusion, it advocates that if teens "see something," they "say something," meaning that if they see their friends, parents, or others engaging in reckless driving behaviors, they are encouraged to speak out in a positive way to reduce dangerous activities.
These are just a few highlights; interested parties are urged to visit the website and read the post in its entirety.
DMVEdu.org is a top-rated website providing California drivers ed online as well as online traffic school programs certified by the California DMV. Many people come to the site looking for an easy way to find California drivers training online or to learn about the requirements and even take a California driver practice test. Certified by the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), the beauty of the website programs is that one can satisfy DMV requirements at the convenience of a computer.