The months stretching from memorial day to labor day are the most dangerous for teen-drivers

Teen drivers face their riskiest driving days between Memorial Day and Labor Day. More teens die in car wrecks during this time than at any other point in the year. Since teen drivers already experience higher fatality rates, and car wrecks are always at the top of the list of causes for these deaths, these days are extremely dangerous times for young people on the roads. In fact, the time between Memorial Day and Labor Day is known as the 100 deadliest days for teen drivers.
These days are deadly for many reasons, most notably the fact that kids are off from school and generally have more time and less supervision. Teens are more likely to engage in risky behaviors such as: drinking, doing "stunts" (especially around water), driving recklessly, driving late at night, and over-crowding their cars (a major distraction along with texting, making phone calls, and adjusting the radio)
It is important to be mindful of these bad habits, and take extra care to watch your teen more closely. It is also important for teens, as they are heading into adulthood, to understand the consequences of their actions, as well as to understand why you might have to "say no" to an activity.