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Car crashes are the leading killer of teenagers How can we keep our kids safe behind the wheel As everyone knows our children are our number one priority in life We also know that when our children turn 16 they are going to be ready to go out driving on their own or will they What our children probably dont know is that car crashes are the leading cause of deaths even greater than cancer and all other diseases combined among teenagers in the United States I feel that adults are going to have to sit down with their children preferably at a young age because studies show that people soak in information and remember it better if told while they are young and talk about drunk driving and their responsibilities behind the wheel The amount of teenage deaths caused by car wrecks must decrease and we the parents are going to have to step up and make it happen In 1991 Jason was racing friends and driving drunk They all thought they were having a good time but that changed in a split second when Jason caused a crash that killed his 15-year-old brother Aaron Jason was convicted of vehicular manslaughter for the death of his little brother and sent to state prison on a six-year sentence He was released in 1995 after serving three and half years This story is just one of many that ended tragically As we approach the 21st century the United States is seeing more and more households where both parents work This has its advantages and disadvantages Yes it provides a greater income and will most likely provide necessary essentials for the family to live financially secure Now on the downside the children dont get the attention that they need growing up Whether it is being placed in a day care or just being left home alone because both of your parents are out working
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