Responsible drivers mean safer roads for everyone.
We’ve been transforming teens into safer drivers since 1952.
Car crashes are the No. 1 killer of teens in America, causing far more teen deaths each year than homicide, suicide, cancer and drugs.
Allstate identified the need for a teen driving program back in 1952 when the Foundation awarded one of its first grants to a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping keep teens safer on the road.
In 2005, the Foundation set a goal to help reduce teen traffic fatalities by 50% by 2015. And we’ve almost met that goal. Whether you are a parent, relative or friend of a teen driver, or just hit the road every day with teens in your community, there are lots of ways you can help save young lives and make driving safer for everyone.
Driving Change Resource Center
In honor of our decade helping save teen lives on the road, the Foundation launched Driving Change. Share teen driving statistics turned to life by social media designers. Take a deep dive into articles by the experts. Check out parent resources.
Driving Change Parent Tips Sheet (English and Spanish)
Tips that we’ve learned from 10 years of helping save teen lives on the road.
Teen Driving Timeline
Infographic that highlights of the Foundation’s contributions to teen traffic safety over the years.
Teen Driving Brochure
Here’s information from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety in a brochure co-sponsored by The Allstate Foundation. Order a printed copy from your Allstate Agency Owner or print a PDF in either English OR Spanish.
Teen Driving Facts
The truth about the issue from such industry experts as the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the National Safety Council. This infographic is available in English AND Spanish.
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