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The Memorial Day weekend kicks off the beginning of summer days of fun, but according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), it also kicks off the deadliest driving season of the year.
On average, 269 more people die in traffic fatalities each month during the summer than in any other season of the year. Of the 25 deadliest days on American roads over the past five years, 20 of them fell during the period between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
Even more troubling is the fact that motor vehicle crashes are now the leading cause of death for 15-to-20-year-olds in America, with more than 7,000 teens killed annually in vehicle accidents. NHTSA also reports that one in five 16-year-old drivers are involved in collisions during their first year of driving.
To help minimize the number of accidents involving teens, Ford Motor Company is working to help teens become better drivers by turning to the Web. Ford is now offering safe driving tips in video format on popular Web sites like www.youtube****, www.yahoo****, in addition to Ford's interactive teen safe driving Web site, www.drivingskillsforlife****. New tips will be posted each week through early June.
The short video spots provide a variety of driving tips for teens and adults delivered by professional instructors from Ford's Driving Skills for Life program. The videos show teens what to do if passenger-side wheels leave the roadway, how to recover in a skid, how to sit properly for safe driving, how to anticipate danger, and when it's important to slow down.
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Growing Number of Teens Becoming Victims of Online Identity Theft
Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in America with 18-29 year olds being the largest group of victims. Educating 13-18 year olds about how and why they are being targeted is critical in preventing new victims. Clean credit and a low level of identity theft awareness are two top reasons teens are targeted. A new survey from Qwest Communications Teen Council Program shows that an alarming number of teens are making it easier for thieves to steal their identity. With answers from more than 1,600 students about their online habits, the report identified the top 5 ways teens are compromising their identities.
- Posting their real name, address, date of birth and school on social networking sites like MySpace
- Talking with strangers through their social networking page – and in some cases meeting in person
- Divulging social security numbers on online job applications
- Unable to recognize “phishing” emails
- Storing personal information like their social security number and passwords in cell phones
Experts warn that a teen’s identity is more valuable than money and the best way to protect against ID theft is awareness of the problem. Most teens are willing to share personal information as a means of feeling more popular within their peer group. Better communication at home can help families stay safer online. To view the entire Teen Council report and get additional information about protecting your identity go to IncredibleInternet****.
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National Competition Puts Teens In the Driver's Seat, Highlighting the Technology Today's Auto Techs Need to Know
Students from all over the country will be rolling up their sleeves as they face off at the 2007 Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills Competition. Fifty state champion teams representing their high school automotive technology programs will compete for the coveted title of best student auto tech team in the nation, plus scholarships and prizes worth six million dollars in this "Indy 500 of auto repair."
Decked out in colorful red and black "pit crew" uniforms, the students race against the clock and every other two-person team to diagnose and repair identically "bugged" Ford Fusions in a quest to achieve the perfectly repaired car. As vehicles become more advanced, Ford and AAA have partnered to assure that the new generation of automotive technicians is well educated to service the public's motoring needs. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates the auto industry will have an average of 34,000 job openings per year through 2014, based on growth and net replacement needs. The competition's goal is to encourage students to continue their education and to pursue careers in the automotive service industry. For more information on the program visit www.AAA****/news.
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