ST. PAUL, Minn. (KFGO AM) -- The Minnesota Department of Public Safety is offering a new class to help parents and teens better prepare for the risks and consequences involved in teen driving.
Traffic Safety Coordinator Gordy Pehrson says the point of impact program emphasizes responsible behavior over convenience.
Pehrson says traffic crashes are the leading killer of Minnesota teens.
Between 2010 and 2012, 102 teens died in motor vehicle accidents in the state.
The "Point of Impact" program is available throughout the state.
For specifics, you can log on to dps.mn.gov.