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New rules make roads safer for teen drivers.

Parents and law enforcement often worry about the impact of distractions on New Teen Drivers. The propensity to break the following laws is greater during the first 12 month period in which they receive their “Provisional License”:

Transporting passengers under the age of 20 without a parent or guardian, or licensed driver 25 years of age or older.

Restriction on driving between 11.00pm and 5.00am.

*These laws vary by state, according to driving age.

The number of young drivers and their passengers killed in crashes is down almost 20% in the last five years, according to the National Highway Transportation Administration. Officials credit the drop to tougher rules for teen drivers on the roads.

Our goal is to help law enforcement and other drivers quickly identify a teenaged driver with a restricted license who may be breaking the law. This will enable other drivers to safely share the road with them.


Today’s young drivers must quickly react to traffic laws and other drivers on the road, unfortunately peer pressure very often causes them to break the laws pertaining to new drivers under the age of 18.

Our Story

The mission of NO TEEN RIDERS is to educate teen drivers and their families by providing practical information, preventive measures, and compliance standards to reduce and eliminate teen vehicular deaths. In today’s world, too many young drivers and their passengers are losing their lives. We have created a solution to help save the lives of young drivers and passengers. NO TEEN RIDERS will do this by giving law enforcement officers a visual license plate frame that will serve as an identity and compliance decal for teen drivers.