Created: 06/03/2014 6:51 AM WHEC.com
It’s an alarming study about what teens are not doing behind the wheel.
According to a report by "Safe Kids Worldwide", a quarter of teens do not buckle up. The reasons include forgetting or thinking they don't need to because they're not driving far. Some teens said they were more worried about wrinkling their clothes than wearing a seat belt.
Experts say some parents are probably not setting good examples for their kids. A quarter of the teens surveyed said they witnessed their parents texting and driving.