Studies show that 20 percent of teen drivers involved in a fatal crash had consumed alcohol prior to the crash, and 11 percent of teen drivers who killed someone in a crash cited distracted driving as the reason for the accident. Through objective discussion, numerous direct quotes, and full-color illustrations this title explores the issue. It includes chapters such as: What are the Origins of Concerns About Teens' Drunk and Distracted Driving? How Do Cell Phones Affect Teens' Driving Habits? Are Teen Drivers More Susceptible to Distractions? What Can Convince Teens Not to Drink and Drive? and Are More Laws Needed to Fight Distracted Driving?