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RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) – Car crashes kill more teens than drugs, cancer, suicide and other high-profile dangers.

As a result, AAA has created a new teen driver safety website to help make the roadways safer for everyone.

Keys2Drive, the new site, has state-specific driving and licensing information for teens and parents to families better handle the learning-to-drive process.

The site, which is organized into three sections, Getting Ready, Supervised Driving and Going Solo, has sections designed specifically for teens.

You can find quizzes, newsletters, a parent-teen driving agreement, licensing requirements, interactive graphics and more are included on the site, providing families with the resources they need for each step in their teens’ journey to becoming a safe driver.

AAA’s Keys2Drive website: http://teendriving.aaa.com/VA/