American Academy of Pediatrics: Teen Drivers Often Unsafe on the Road with Speeding and Handheld Cellphone Use

A study from Kate McDonald, Kit Delgado, Kevin Rix, Jeff Ebert, and colleagues was featured in a press release from the American Academy of Pediatrics, picked up by Science Daily, and re-shared by Penn Today. Assessing risky teen driving behaviors via smartphone app, the study found speeding in 40% of trips and texting during 30%. Other aspects of teen driving were also assessed.

Read the full press release