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This photo, take at the Ford Driving Skills conference was held in Columbus, Ohio.

This photo, take at the Ford Driving Skills conference was held in Columbus, Ohio.

[WAVERLY, OH, 03/22/2013]– Traffic fatalities are the leading cause of death for American teens. In recent weeks, a number of crashes involving teen drivers have led to more than a dozen teenagers tragically losing their lives. And a recent report by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) shows that teen driver fatalities are on the rise among 16-17-year-old drivers.

By setting a good example behind the wheel, parents can increase the chances their children will adopt safe driving practices,” said John Emerine, President of Vallery Ford in Waverly, Ohio. “While state laws and educational programs are critical, ultimately, parents are the most critical component to keep their teen drivers safe.

Parents can help reverse that trend. Research done for Ford’s Driving Skills for Life (DSFL) program shows teens tend to…

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