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Save a Teen Driver Program
In June 2006 Rich and Linda Lovering established the Lovering Family Foundation as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization registered with the State of New Hampshire. The first initiative of the Foundation was to support a “hands-on” emergency skills training course for New Hampshire teenage drivers.The Mission of the Save a Teen Driver Program was developed to help reduce the frequency and severity of automobile crashes involving teenagers. Automobile crashes are by far the #1 cause of death and injury among 16-20 year olds. In the United States, nearly 5000 teenagers die each year and an additional 300,000 are seriously injured.Studies repeatedly show that most teen car crashes are due to the driver’s inexperience. We are simply not doing enough as a society to prepare our most accident-prone drivers for a safe life on our roads. Our answer to the problem is more hands-on training. At a Save a Teen Driver program your teen will be taught driving skills on a safe, closed course with an instructor. This unique 4-5 hour course will give them the opportunity to practice life saving skills they need to avoid a crash. This program is not a replacement for the State required Drivers Education but rather a skill building course to prepare our young drivers to handle an automobile in an emergency situation. Parents or guardians attendance is highly recommended and encouraged.


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