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SOURCE Tag N Go
CINCINNATI, Oct. 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- This year thousands of parents will face the challenge of determining whether their teen is ready to get behind the wheel. In honor of National Teen Driver Safety Week (Oct. 20 -26), Tag N Go™, providers of a technology-based safe driving system, has partnered with the Driving School Association of the Americas (DSAA) to develop a list of top safety tips for parents of teen drivers.
Dave Muma, administrative vice president of the DSAA, reminds parents to assess several factors when they think about driver education readiness. "It's important to think carefully whether your teen is ready physically and mentally, and even emotionally for the challenges of driving a motor vehicle.
For those concerned parents, Muma offers his top five safety tips.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for U.S. teens, accounting for more than one in three deaths in this age group. "We want our loved ones to be safe. Our mission is to give students, parents and driving instructors the tools and resources they need to develop safe driving habits that will last a lifetime," said Frikkie Koen, co-founder of Tag N Go.
About Tag N Go:
Tag N Go is a complete GPS safety system designed for private vehicle use. Developed to provide freedom for teens and peace of mind for parents, when the Tag N Go unit is installed in a car, it provides up-to-the-second vehicle location, speed, mobile alerts and DriveScoreTM, the safe driving report card. A full suite of driver information is available in real time from any smart phone, tablet or PC. The Tag N Go system is available at Driving School Association of the Americas schools across the country. For more information, visit www.tagngo.com.
About Driving School Association of the Americas:
The Driving School Association of the Americas is a not for profit 501(c)3 Corporation, established in 1973 to help reduce traffic crashes, injuries, and deaths through competent and professional driving instruction. The DSAA serves as the voice of the professional driving school industry and partners with other organizations and government agencies involved in the development and delivery of effective traffic safety programs, campaigns, and regulations.
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