As summer begins, state Public Safety officials are urging parents to continue working with their teens on driving skills, even if they already have their license. D-P-S spokesman Gordy Pehrson says it might not be convenient to monitor a teen’s driving but, “I can’t imagine anything more inconvenient than burying my own child, and unfortunately I know too many people that have had to do that. Traffic crashes are not accidents. They’re preventable.” Pehrson stresses anyone with a provisional drivers license — those under age 18 — cannot use a cell phone while driving. And it’s illegal for *all* drivers to text while their vehicle is in traffic — even stopped at a light. Teen drivers are almost twice as likely as adults to be involved in a traffic crash.