Teenagers are inundated with safe-driving messages; however, as it turns out, teen passengers are the ones pleading with their parents to stop texting and driving. Liberty Mutual, the second-largest U.S. seller of property-casualty insurance coverage, joined Students Against Destructive Decisions to commission a survey that revealed that 88 percent of teens said their parents talked on a mobile phone while driving and 58 percent reported that their parents have texted while driving. Read more in this article from Insurance Journal.