Makes Halloween Safer for Teen Drivers introduces program to assist parents with teens supervising and driving teens this Halloween.

Naperville, IL, October 26, 2018 --( For parents who entrust the supervision of small ghosts and goblins to an older sibling - including driving duties to parties, trunks or treats and Halloween walks, Family1st teen driver management system announced its Halloween Safe To Drive program, to help parents ensure that all family vehicle inhabitants are safe this season. Through this campaign, Family1st assists parents with new teen drivers to provide extra monitoring and guidance for their teen drivers as they take on extra responsibilities within their family household.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 16-19 year old drivers are three times more likely than drivers over 20 to be involved in a serious accident with 6 teens dying each day due to motor vehicle injuries. Heavier traffic during this festive time and increased pedestrians in vision-restricting costumes, present additional challenges beyond the daily scope of driving for new teen drivers.

Family1st is reaching out to parents to help them build confident, safe teen drivers and provide driver monitoring services including: live monitoring and reports with instant alerts for speeding, dangerous driving, location arrivals and departures that parents can view on their teen driver and passengers, from any phone, tablet or computer, 24 hours a day.

In addition, parents can receive instant notification in the event of a vehicle break down and roadside assistance is available. The company also provides safety reports for parents to review with their teen to identify areas of improvement for driving skills to grow their confidence when driving younger siblings. Favorable safety scores can be used to decrease teen insurance premiums. To learn more, visit or contact 855-658-7225.
Sue Odland