Car crashes are the number one killer of kansas teens.
But that's not the only concern, a AAA report says that while teen drivers make up just six percent of licensed drivers in the state, they're involved in a fifth of the wrecks.
In recent interviews by AAA, Kansas parents complained they did not have the materials to help them supervise their teens' early driving experience.
Click here get a copy of AAA's new DVD "Risky Business: Teen Driving in Kansas" and its companion brochure.
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