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Be Careful This Memorial And Labor Day 2021

The most deadliest time to travel is between Memorial Day and Labor Day. It is known as the 100 deadliest days of summer.

There are teens all around the world that may be behind the wheel for the first time. They fall as the greater risk of getting into auto accidents. Based on recent AAA auto accident data, deadly crashes for adult teens increase during the summertime. This is because of the increased traveling between Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day Weekend.

Based on most recent AAA reporting. At least 1,050 teens were killed in crashes in 2016 during the 100 Deadliest Days. If you do the math, that is more than 10 people per day who lose their life due to a automobile crash. In the State of Idaho alone, 88 people died on the roads in 2020.

The year 2021 could be even worse based on AAA reports. This is because the COVID-19 Pandemic has caused a major backlog in the DMV system, this can result in more teens out on the road this year. So please, be careful out there this year while traveling or jus driving around your local community.

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