The Delaware General Health District takes teen driver safety very seriously.

As part of its mission to prevent accidental injury to all aged individuals, the effort to improve teen driver decision making is an integral part of its overall strategy. The need is clearly there, as accidents are the leading cause of death among young drivers in Delaware County.

To further this effort, the District is seeking input from the parents of those drivers.[widgets_on_pages id=1]

An online survey tool has been created to solicit responses from parents about their opinions on how to keep teens safe on the roadways. Completion will take just a few minutes of your time, and may lead to programming which addresses this critical issue.

The survey can be found and completed at this location.


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