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Ever since I started researching teen driving agreements two years ago, I have hoped to have a model in both English and Spanish, and now, with fabulous help from Yale-New Haven Hospital, we do. You will now find on the landing page of this blog a Spanish translation of the revised national model teen driving agreement that I posted on January 12, 2012. This is very exciting because, of course, the Spanish speaking segment of the U.S. population is large and continues to grow, and it simply makes no sense to have this important tool of safer teen driving not available to that population. As this blog proceeds, I will venture to add Spanish translations for key posts when it is possible to do so.
My thanks to Jose Rivera-Vinas and Pina Violano of Yale New Haven Hospital for their help in translating.